Dietary creatine-guanidinoacetate acutely improves circulating creatine levels and running performance in healthy men and women Creatine-guanidinoacetate for creatine status and exercise performance

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Bogdan Andjelic
Nikola Todorovic
Milan Vranes
Sergej Ostojic

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Creatine, Guanidinoacetate, Exercise, Bioenergetics, Women

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