The original article that I used is titled: “Is Creatine Safe, and Does It Have Side Effects?”
The original article word count is: 458
My revised article word count: 204 + infographic 70= 274
Is Creatine Safe to Use?
Spoiler, it’s perfectly safe and one of the most beneficial supplements to take.
Creatine is one of the most popular supplements in today’s market for athletes. It is believed to enhance muscle mass and help athletes achieve bursts of strength.
Here are some misconceptions about Creatine
- Creatine is not a steroid—it’s naturally found in muscle and in red meat and fish, though at far lower levels than in the powder form.
- Creatine is one of the world’s most tested supplements and has an outstanding safety profile.
- While Creatine supplementation has shown to increase weight, the weight increase is very likely from muscle gain, which for many athletes is a great thing!
- Creatine does not cause dehydration.
So, Why Would You Want to Take Creatine?
- Studies show that it can increase muscle mass, strength, and exercise performance.
- During high-intensity exercise, the stored creatine helps your muscles produce more energy.
- Creatine provides increased energy for high-intensity exercise and will help you optimize your performance in the gym.
- There is substantial evidence to indicate that creatine supplementation during resistance training is more effective at increasing muscle strength and weightlifting performance than resistance training alone.
Creatine can help improve blood sugar management.