Exercise training, creatine supplementation, and bone health in ovariectomized rats

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Evidence suggests that creatine may have some beneficial effects on bone. The study aimed to investigate the effects of exercise alone or combined with creatine on bone health in ovariectomized rats. Findings show that exercise, but not creatine, has an important role in improving bone health. The aim of this study was to investigate the effects of exercise… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00198-014-3017-6

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@article{Murai2014ExerciseTC, title={Exercise training, creatine supplementation, and bone health in ovariectomized rats}, author={Igor Hisashi Murai and Hamilton Roschel and Lucas V S Pabis and Leila Takayama and Roberta B. Oliveira and R. T. dos Santos Pereira and Wagner Silva Dantas and Ricardo Pereira and Vanda Jorgetti and Rafael Yague Ballester and Bruno Gualano}, journal={Osteoporosis International}, year={2014}, volume={26}, pages={1395-1404} }