Creatine is produced in the body by the liver and kidney from three amino acids, l-arginine, l-methionine, and glycine. Most of our creatine supplies are found in skeletal muscle. The top dietary sources of creatine are found in fish and meat. Bodybuilders and athletes find creatine very beneficial for muscle growth and strength, and creatine is also able to provide substantial bursts of intense energy. For this reason, creatine is very popular among bodybuilders and weight lifters, as it transforms phosphocreatine into ATP (adenosine triphosphate), a main compound in the production of energy.

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