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Pros and Cons of Creatine Monohydrate and Its Effects on the Human Body
James Isaac Rich Dr. Randy Deere P.E.100-002 essay/creatine 10/00 Effects/ pros and cons of creatine monohydrate Creatine is a natural substance that the human body produces in small quantities, yet it is also produced in other sources as well. Chicken , pork and fish all have creatine in them. Even though you co...
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An Analysis of the Long-Term Effects of Creatine in Athletes
Creatine effects the urination of all athletes. Tests done on hockey players led to show that it lessens the urination of those athletes almost fifty percent. Also, it showed that creatine really wasn't worth its value, it states that only half of the product stayed in the athletes body while in use. Overall, I did not li...
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Bad Effects of Creatine In The Human Body
Creatine Creatine is a substance that is used in athletics; it has both good and horrible effects. The effects of Creatine might include faster development of the muscles in your body, but the side effects can be drastic and are said to be extremely dangerous. Yet this product is still legal? Why? Who knows, but the poin...
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An Essay Discussing Benefits and Drawback of Using Creatine
May 5, 1999 9AHP4 Outline Question: Should creatine be legal? Title: Creatine: The legal supplement I. Introduction A. Background on Creatine 1. History a. Beginning of supplementation b. Advancements 2. Function a. Purpose b. Uses B. Problem: Should creatine be categorized...
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Success Gained by Using Creatine Supplement
Success From Creatine Many people in athletics avoid using creatine monohydrate because they do not know much about it. They are convinced that something that can help athletes achieve such great results cannot be good for the body. This is not true if the supplement is taken correctly. Creatine is an excellent supplem...
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The Actions and Effects of Creatine
Actions and Effects of Creatine Actions and Effects of Creatine Throughout time, humans have had a fascination with being excellent at what they do, and athletics have been no exception. Many substances exist, and many have been criticized and analyzed for their safety, legality, and morality for at...
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An Analysis of the Various Use of Creatine in the United States of America
Creatine has been around forever because it is in everything that we eat, such as steak, chicken, and fish. It has been around in supplement form since the early 90's. Various professional, high school and collegiate athletes in the United States and all over the world use Creatine. Some big names in sports that are Creatin...
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An Overview of the Use of Creatine Monohydrate in Bodybuilding
Creatine Monohydrate
Creatine Monohydrate
Creatine is a natural substance found in highest concentration in lean red muscle tissue of animals and humans in the form of creatine phosphate. When muscles are used to lift a weight, or perform any type of work, ATP, (Adenosine Triphosphate) is rapidly broken down to ADP (Adenosi...
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A Look at Creatine and How They Work in Our Body
Athletes today will do almost anything to get an edge. One of the primary things an athlete will do is put supplements into their body. These supplements range from protein shakes to illegal anabolic steroids. Some sports supplements are incredibly safe and effective, yet others work for a while and then fizzle out, while...
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An Introduction to the Importance of Creatine Among Athletes
Creatine Athletes today will do almost anything to get an edge. In the past athletes had to turn to such things as anabolic steroids or blood doping (the process of taking out blood and adding oxygen to it and putting it back into your body in order to increase a persons endurance). However, these procedures have many draw...
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The Advantages of Creatine For Enhancing Athletic Performance
THE ADVANTAGES OF CREATINE FOR ENHANCING ATHLETIC PREFORMANCE. OUTLINE I. General information of Creatine A. The Discovery of Creatine 1. French scientist named Chevreul (1832) 2. Creatine the Greek word for flesh B. Compound naturally made in our bodies 1. "Methylguanido-acid" 2. three amino acids a. Ar...
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A Look at the Chemical Element Creatine and its Uses
Creatine, Beneficial or Waste of $$$$$? Having finally resolved to work out at the gym, you sweat and toil for weeks on end only to look in the mirror and see little to show for it. It's the paradox of the New Year's resolution exerciser. Seeing physical results can help exercisers stay true to their fitness programs, yet...
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A Description of the Advantages and Disadvantages of Creatine in An Athletes Body
Creatine One of the primary things an athlete will do is put supplements into their body. These supplements range from protein shakes to illegal anabolic steroids. Some sports supplements are incredibly safe and effective, yet others work for a while and then fizzle out, while others still work well but do more damage than...
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Creatine: Health or Hazard
Creatine: Health or Hazard? Introduction Creatine is the biggest thing to hit the supplement market and the field of nutritional science in years, though it is not a new supplement by any means. It has actually been around for decades, with scientific reports on creatine and muscle dating as far back as the 1920s. C...
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A Description of Athletes Being Turned To Such Things as Anabolic Steroids
In the past, athletes had to turn to such things as anabolic steroids or blood doping (the process of taking out blood and adding oxygen to it and putting it back into your body in order to increase a persons endurance) to get an edge over the competition. However, these procedures have many drawbacks. Mainly, they are ille...
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A Description of Creatine as a Substance That is Naturally Produced in Every Human Being
Mark McGwire uses it. Sammy Sosa uses it. The Atlanta Braves have tubs of it in their locker room. Then why does Scott Carnahan, Linfield Colleges varsity baseball coach and coach of the 1994 U.S.A. Olympic baseball team emphasize, I will not participate in distributing it to any of my players? It is Creatine and it has bec...
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The Benefits and Side Effects of Creatine
Creatine, a natural substance found in skeletal muscles, is being produced and marketed as a performance enhancer. National skepticism of the drug arose after the Major League Baseball home run race of 1998. Mark McGwire drew attention for his publicized use of creatine and other performance enhancing drugs (In the Zone, 20...
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A Letter to the Young Lifters on the Definition, Uses and Side Effects of Creatine, a Dietary Supplement
To all the young lifters,
In today's society, children as young as eleven are taking creatine to enhance their performance in the gym. Kids think that creatine is their miracle cure for bulking up. In most cases, they hear about creatine from a friend who is taking it, so the next day, they go out to GNC and buy the biggest...
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An Analysis of the Effects of Creatine in People
a natural substance found in your body. About 95% of is found in your skeletal muscles and the leftover 5% is found
throughout your body mostly your heart, brain, and testes. Your body makes
about one gram of ceatine a day and you eat about one gram a day making
your total intake about two grams per day. Creatine is formed...
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An Analysis of the Supplementation of Creatine in Enhancing Physical Performance
Creatine supplementation works. There have been over 100 studies done on creatine ingestion. The majority of the studies suggesting that creatine does enhance performance in athletics. It has been theorized that with increased muscle creatine content via creatine supplementation may allow for an accelerated rate of resynthe...
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The Use of Creatine Monohydrate Among Athletes for Improved Performance
In todays society, athletes are always trying to find new ways to enhance their performance. Athletes want to be able to improve their performance, in the fastest ways possible. Many athletes have turned to a relatively new substance called Creatine Monohydrate. Creatine is made in several different forms. Some coaches and...
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A Research on Creatine, Androstenedione and HMB
In this research paper I will be discussing the ever-popular athletic supplements: Creatine, Androstenedione, and HMB. It has been proven that these supplements when taken in the proper doses will produce phenomenal results in athletic performance. They are taken by athletes of all fields of play in order too give them that...
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The Question of Whether Creatine Is Beneficial or a Waste
Creatine, Beneficial or Waste of $$$$$? Having finally resolved to work out at the gym, you sweat and toil for weeks on end only to look in the mirror and see little to show for it. It's the paradox of the New Year's resolution exerciser. Seeing physical results can help exercisers stay true to their fitness programs, yet f...
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An Overview of Creatine and Creatine Supplementation
Today in society there is a lot of pressure on the perfect image. Image is the way that everything is judged in the world. So with that perspective in mind, the search for the "perfect body" is what everyone is looking for. But with all of the commotion that is happening, very few people want to put in a solid eff...
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An Analysis of Actions and Effects of Creatine
Actions and Effects of CreatineThroughout time, humans have had a fascination with being excellent at what they do, and athletics have been no exception. Many substances exist, and many have been criticized and analyzed for their safety, legality, and morality for athletes. With the banning of steroids from competitive spor...
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3 pages