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The Dangers of Creatinine

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Written in English

Subjects:

  • Family & Health,
  • Health & Fitness,
  • Consumer Health,
  • Health/Fitness,
  • Diseases - General,
  • General,
  • Health - General

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages148
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8852212M
ISBN 101591139295
ISBN 109781591139294

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The purpose of writing this book is to educate on The Dangers of Creatinine. Creatinine is a very dangerous bio-waste material produced by spent creatine. But, you can also ingest creatinine. This can occur by how you cook your meats or from commercially available creatine products. While creatine can be thought of as essential ‘bio-fuel’, creatinine – irrespective of its origin must be considered ‘bio-waste’. The book speaks specifically about things that happen in the body when there is too much creatinine -- a situation which almost never occurs with healthy kidneys. Too much of this stuff can lead to some pretty bad consequences/5. Jeff Golini’s cutting-edge book, The Dangers of Creatinine, is written from a medical perspective. It’s designed to educate readers about this controversial and often ignored compound. Athletes protect yourself and others by learning even more about creatinine.   Depending on who you ask, the suggested side effects of creatine may include: Kidney damage Liver damage Kidney stones Weight gain Bloating Dehydration Muscle cramps Digestive problems Compartment syndrome RhabdomyolysisAuthor: Rudy Mawer, Msc, CISSN.

  Taken appropriately and consistently, creatine can be one of the most effective supplements for increasing lean body mass and improving body composition, strength, and high-intensity performance.[1,2] Yet myths and misinformation about safety .   Creatine is a manmade form of a chemical that is normally found in the body. It is also found in meat and fish. Most creatine in the human body is stored in the muscles. Creatine is a source of energy for muscle contraction and is also involved in muscle growth/ The Dangers of Creatinine Creatinine, not to be confused with the supplement creatine, is a “bio-waste” formed as creatine is metabolized in the body. However, this compound is also produced from unstable creatine activated in fluids, sometimes even before it’s ingested. Creatine can cause stomach pain, nausea, diarrhea, and muscle cramping. Creatine causes muscles to draw water from the rest of your body. Be sure to drink extra water to make up for this.

  If the level of creatinine increases, it can lead to kidney diseases. If you have high creatinine in your body, you are bound to feel tired and fatigued. Other than that, the people with elevated creatinine also feel confused, weak and dehydrated.   Creatine isn't recommended for people with kidney or liver disease, or diabetes. Others who should avoid taking it are children under age 18 and women who are pregnant or nursing.   Anything above normal range ( or above) is an indication of renal failure. Most of the times renal failures are irreversible and hence it is advised to consult a Nephrologist at the earliest. Many a times with medications, creatinine level can. Creatine is a relatively new phenomenon and, as such, long-term studies have not yet been completed. Therefore it is not possible to say with absolute authority that there are no potential creatine dangers. Short-term creatine studies, however, have convincingly shown it to .