The safety of creatine monohydrate has been extensively researched. When taking the recommended dosage levels of creatine, there is no evidence that it has adverse effects on kidney function, muscular processes or thermoregulatory processes.
Furthermore, a 2017 study by Rawson et al. showed improvement in muscular functioning as demonstrated by…[Read more]
Creatine is a naturally occurring non-protein amino acid. In our diet, creatine can be found in meat and fish. Within our bodies, 95% of creatine is located in skeletal muscle.
The purpose of creatine is to help with energy production, especially during high intensity, anaerobic exercise, such as heavy lifting and short-duration interval training.…[Read more]
Antawnia Jamison started the topic Can private-equity firms turn a crisis into an opportunity? in the forum Economy 2 months, 1 week ago
Their performance matters both for investors and the wider economy.
Most apparently sound stewards of capital were revealed to be anything but during the 2007-09 financial crisis. Bank bosses were shown to have taken on too much risk. Star hedge-fund managers suffered losses. Nor have the years since then been kind. Banks have been tied up in…[Read more]
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