Low-dose creatine supplementation enhances fatigue resistance in the absence of weight gain.

@article{Rawson2011LowdoseCS,
  title={Low-dose creatine supplementation enhances fatigue resistance in the absence of weight gain.},
  author={Eric S. Rawson and Michael J. Stec and Sara J. Frederickson and Mary P. Miles},
  journal={Nutrition},
  year={2011},
  volume={27 4},
  pages={451-5}
}
OBJECTIVE We examined the effects of 6 wk of low-dose creatine supplementation on body composition, muscle function, and body creatine retention. METHODS Twenty healthy men and women (21 ± 2 y old) were randomized to receive creatine (0.03 g · kg(-1) · d(-1); n = 10, 4 women) or placebo (n = 10, 4 women) for 6 wk in a double-blind placebo-controlled fashion. Participants were tested on two occasions before supplementation to establish a reliable baseline, and then were retested after… CONTINUE READING

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