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What is creatine?
How does creatine work?
Creatine and Sarcopenia
Effects of creatine on older adults
The secret of aging: cellular energetics
Anti-inflammatory effects of creatine
Creatine effects on the function of healthy and damaged brains.
Creatine and the healthy brain
Creatine and neuromuscular diseases
More brain related research: Creatine and neurological protection
Creatine and heart function
References for Section II
Effects on Growth Hormone (GH)
Creatine may reduce homocysteine levels
Creatine and chronic fatigue/fibromyalgia
Creatine safety issues: fact or fiction?
References for Section III
To load or not to load
Creatine and athletics
The creatine and sugar story
Pre made creatine/sugar mixtures
So who sells Creapure brand creatine?
FINALLY : TWO MORE OF WILL BRINK’s EBOOKS
Reviews found at the end of this Free Creatine Report
Although creatine offers an array of