Saturday, March 29, 2014

SuppVersity - Nutrition and Exercise Science for Everyone: The Overlooked Non-ROS-Scavenging Antioxidant Effe...

SuppVersity - Nutrition and Exercise Science for Everyone: The Overlooked Non-ROS-Scavenging Antioxidant Effe...: Creatine, obviously monohydrate and no expensive and often impotent spinoff (J├Ąger. 2011) is useful for any athlete. The number of items...



Bottom line: If you are still not taking your 3-5g of creatine per day religiously, you are either in the last week of your contest prep and afraid of the potential increase in water retention, or you are a soccer mum who has been bamboozeled by the sensational reports about "kidney damage due to dangerous nutritional supplements" that pop up on one of the news channels every now and then.



I mean, what other invalid reason for not making use of this "non-enzymatic antioxidant" as a side-effect free health and performance promoter?