Creatine

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Primary Application
Imprint
For what
Blood and Cardiovascular
Mental Health and Nervous
Mitochondrial and Energy Production
Skeletal and Muscular
Source
Vitamins and Minerals
For whom
People
Creatine plays a fundamental role in the body with respect to energy production. Its primary actions are in muscle and the brain, where it helps to keep ATP, the energy currency of the cell, replenished. Athletes are commonly familiar with creatine's ability to increase endurance and facilitate muscle building. There are many studies that show creatine is also valuable in preventing loss of muscle mass in cancer and in the elderly. Perhaps even more importantly, creatine can improve cognition and memory be enhancing energy production and utilization in neurons of the brain. Consider this for sports recovery and enhancement, cognitive issues such as memory loss, Alzheimer's disease and other types of dementia, and in all types of fatigue.