creatine

Creatine monohydrate is well known as a beneficial supplement, but there are other forms of creatine available. A new study suggests PEG creatine improves performance even if you don't exercise.
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Creatine is one of the best and most basic supplements you can take, but some worry about it's long-term effects on the kidneys. New research gives creatine the green light.
Creatine is a great and highly beneficial supplement, but have scientists finally found one drawback? Let's look at new research that shows creatine may have a negative impact on your antioxidants.
Lots of supplements companies offer mixes of pre- and post-workout supplements. Are these mixes effective? One recent study looked at NO-Shotgun and NO-Synthesize and said yes.
What happens when creatine companies go head to head? One of them commissions research on the other's product and we get a little potentially useful data about all the products involved.
New research shows the benefit of supplementing your strength training with both creatine and conjugated linoleic acid (CLA).
Everybody has heard of creatine, but do you know specifically what it does in the body? New research shows how just seven days of creatine supplementation can increase your power.
WODPak came about when the owner realized he was spending $120 per month on supplements he felt were essential to his lifestyle. He quickly found there had to be a better way, and he was right.
Whether you are relatively new to the fitness scene, or a seasoned powerlifter or bodybuilder, odds are that you have heard of creatine. What is it? How does it work? Should you use it?
Last week we learned about the essential four daily supplements: fish oil, vitamin D, magnesium, and Alpha lipoic acid. This week – eight more supplements you may decide have benefit.