oa South African Journal of Sports Medicine - Physiological anecdotes concerning creatine supplementation: can they be scientifically substantiated?
|Article Title||Physiological anecdotes concerning creatine supplementation: can they be scientifically substantiated?|
|© Publisher:||Health and Medical Publishing Group (HMPG)|
|Journal||South African Journal of Sports Medicine|
|Affiliations||1 Department of Human and Animal Physiology, University of Stellenbosch, W Cape|
|Publication Date||Apr 2000|
|Pages||3 - 7|
|Keyword(s)||Enhance maximal performance, Ergogenic aid, High intensity sport efforts, Increase lean muscle mass, Isokinetic peak torque, Muscle creatine content, Reduced muscle fatigue, Side-effects of creatine and Vegetarians|
Popular advertising claims for various purported ergogenic aids can either be grossly exaggerated, or they can lack sufficient scientific basis. This review will take a critical look at the evidence for and against the ï¿½physiological anecdotes' they claim.
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