Common questions and misconceptions about creatine supplementation: what does the scientific evidence really show?
Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition
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"In summary, there is a variety of athletic events, not just resistance/power activities, which may benefit from creatine supplementation".
"In summary, while some forms of creatine may be more soluble than creatine monohydrate when mixed in fluid, evidence-based research clearly shows creatine monohydrate to be the optimal choice".
"In summary, there is accumulating evidence that creatine supplementation has the potential to be a multifactorial therapeutic intervention across the lifespan in females, with little to no side effects".Creatine supplementation and resistance training produces the vast majority of musculoskeletal and performance benefits in older adults. Creatine supplementation alone can provide some muscle and performance benefits for older adults. Creatine supplementation can be beneficial for a variety of athletic and sporting activities. Creatine supplementation provides a variety of benefits for females across their lifespan. Other forms of creatine are not superior to creatine monohydrate.