Creatine for Health
Initiative that brings the world’s creatine researchers to accelerate the awareness about the role of creatine supplementation for health and clinical diseases.
Did you miss the CREATINE CONFERENCE 2022?
Let’s learn about creatine
The International Conference on Creatine in Health and Disease throughout the Lifetime – Creatine Conference 2022 was held at Alpharetta (Georgia, USA) from 16 to 19th May. It was a 4-day event hosted by the Scientific Advisory Board “Creatine for Health” of Alzchem Group AG – Creapure®, the Exercise and Sport Nutrition Laboratory (Texas A&M) and the Dynamical Business & Science Society – DBSS International.
Learn all about the state of science of creatine supplementation!
All the talks are available in written format in the book “Creatine Supplementation for Health and Clinical Diseases” edited by Dr. Richard B. Kreider and Dr. Jeffrey R. Stout.
Go and check the CREATINE CONFERENCE 2022!
Scientific Advisory Board
Prof. Richard B. Kreider, PhD
Texas A&M University, USA
Prof. Lili Yang, PhD
University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), USA
Prof. Jeffrey R. Stout, PhD
University of Central Florida, USA
Prof. Abbie Smith-Ryan, PhD
University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill, USA
Prof. Darren Candow, PhD
University of Regina, Canada
Common questions and misconceptions about creatine supplementation
Authors: Jose Antonio, Darren G. Candow, Scott C. Forbes, Bruno Gualano, Andrew R. Jagim, Richard B. Kreider, Eric S. Rawson, Abbie E. Smith-Ryan, Trisha A. VanDusseldorp, Darryn S. Willoughby & Tim N. Ziegenfuss Creatine (α-methylguanidinoacetic acid) is a...
Creatine History: Discovery and First Trials with Creatine Supplementation
Author: Prof. Theo Wallimann, PhD The French scientist, Michel Eugène Chevreul, discovered creatine (Cr) in 1832 as a new organic constituent that could be extracted from meat (“kreas” in Greek). In 1847, the German scientist, Justus von Liebig, chemically identified...
Effects of Creatine Supplementation on Brain Health and Cognitive Function
Author: Ing. Esteban FuqueneEditorial staff: Prof. Jorge L. Petro, CSCS, ND. Mayra Márquez, & Prof. Jana Kočí, PhD The ergogenic effects of creatine supplementation (SCr) are widely documented, with strong evidence of its properties in increasing lean mass,...
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