Guanidinoacetic Acid (GAA) 'Superior' to Creatine in Terms of Bioenergetic & Health Effects on Brain, Muscle & More?
Not so fast! Just because it may have shuttled more creatine into the muscle GAA does not have to be able to build more strength or size. It has been a while since the last creatine article was published. Luckily, the publication of the latest paper from Sergej M. Ostojic lab at the University of Novi Sad (Ostojic. 2016b) will change that... as soon as I've analyzed the study and written about it below that is ;-) First things first, we are dealing with a randomized, double-blind, cross-over trial that was financed by a government grant - not non-existing (as of now) supplement companies who are pimping guanidinoacetic acid (GAA) as a "superior new form of creatine". You can learn more about creatine at the SuppVersity Creatine Doubles 'Ur GainZ! Creatine Loading = Unnecessary Creatine Pre or After Workouts? 1st Benefits of Creatine-HCL The Real Bioavai-lability of Crea Build 'Ur Own Buffered Creatine Now, technically speaking, thi