Question Number 1
What is Creatine?
A. It is a hormone that is made in our livers that metabolizes insulin
B. It is a drug that increases our muscle size
C. It is like caffeine and makes us 'jittery'
D. It is a steriod
E. It is a vitamin
F. It is a compond that is naturally made in our bodies to supply energy to our muscles
Question Number 2
The average person metabolizes about _ grams of creatine per day.
Question Number 3
Once creatine is bound to a phosphate group it is permanently stored in a cell as phosophocreatine until it is used to produce chemical energy called ATP
Question Number 4
Is it necessary for creatine to be cycled every 2-4 months?
Question Number 5
Creatine can be found in food sources such as beef, chicken, and fish, as well as formed endogenously from amino acids glycine, methionine, and arginine in the liver and kidneys.
Question Number 6
Creatinine is nothing but a useless byproduct of creatine degradation.
Question Number 7
Creatine is used to help block fat.
Question Number 8
Creatine Monohydrate and water is the best way to get the most out of taking creatine.
Question Number 9
Some of the side effects of creatine include: cramps, to severe kidney problems.
Question Number 10
Creatine helps build muscle even if you're not doing any athletic activity
Question Number 11
Creatine is usually "safe" for the average joe as long as they dont have any kidney problems and are well hydrated.