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www.menshealth.com/fitness/creatine-101

Feb 12, 2015 ... Adolescent athletes should only consider taking creatine if the following conditions hold true: The athlete is past puberty and is involved in serious/ competitive training that may benefit from creatine supplementation;; The athlete is eating a well-balanced, performance-enhancing diet;; The athlete and ...

blog.nemours.org/2017/02/teens-dont-need-performance-enhancing-substances

Feb 8, 2017 ... But substances like creatine, protein supplements and caffeine are commonly used by teenagers who are driven to perform—and look—their best. It's a trend ... It's been suggested that taking supplemental creatine could improve strength, increase lean body mass and shorten recovery time after exercise.

www.naturalproductsinsider.com/blogs/sports-nutrition/2017/01/is-pediatrics-creatine-study-sloppy-research-on-a.aspx

Jan 11, 2017 ... 2 in the journal Pediatrics blasted supplement retailers for recommending creatine to teenage athletes and called for more intense regulation of the sale of the .... medical problems or negative symptoms) in adolescent athletes taking EAS Phosphagen™ creatine monohydrate supplement (Int J Sport Nutr.

orthoinfo.aaos.org/en/staying-healthy/creatine-supplements

Many athletes, including some children and adolescents, take creatine supplements because they think it will increase strength and improve sports performance. There is currently no conclusive evidence that creatine supplements improve performance for sports activities.

www.umm.edu/health/medical/altmed/supplement/creatine

Some creatine supplements may be marketed directly to teens, claiming to help them change their bodies without exercising. However, one survey ... In another study, creatine supplements boosted participants' moods and reduced their need for medication compared to those who didn't take creatine. However, other ...

health.usnews.com/health-care/for-better/articles/2017-02-08/teens-and-sports-supplements-whats-the-problem

Feb 8, 2017 ... This means that a teenager's muscles and tendons are already stretching against bones that are growing fast, and they're already being taxed. Taking supplements like Creatine that are intended to stretch and tax them further is a recipe for disaster. From muscle strains to pulled ligaments and worse, the ...

supplement-geek.com/creatine-is-it-safe-for-kids

As someone who has investigated the claims and evidence for supplements for many years, I don't think teenagers should use creatine. Teenagers, who insist on using creatine, are probably best served by taking small amounts of about 3 grams a day. Studies find that in adults, a month of using 3 grams of a day is as good ...

www.raysahelian.com/creatine.html

Review of usage by teenagers, vegetarians, vegans, and those with kidney disease. October 12 2016. If you are planning to take a creatine monohydrate supplement for prolonged periods to increase muscle mass and strength, consult your physician if you have medical problems or if you are taking medications, and  ...

www.mayoclinic.org/drugs-supplements-creatine/art-20347591

Oct 12, 2017 ... While taking creatine might not help all athletes, evidence suggests it generally won't hurt if taken as directed. However, people who have kidney disorders or people at risk of developing kidney disease should talk to a doctor before taking creatine due to concerns that the supplement might cause kidney ...