When we recap the contemporary science of shared pathophysiology in mental health, we have: oxidative stress, impaired neurogenesis, monoamine deficits, glutamate excess, hypometabolism & mitochondrial dysfunction. When we ask researchers which of these supplemental Creatine might be able to assist with, we get hits at each and every point. Turns out, Creatine’s capacity for enhancing performance is not limited to athletes but can be capitalised on for anyone vulnerable to a CNS shortfall. Ignored for far too long, this economic and impactful brain nutrient is coming to the fore for psychiatric and neurological disorders.
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