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ALL ME Podcast


Sep 15, 2020

The ALL ME® Podcast

S01 E25: Creatine for Health & Performance - Dr. Richard Kreider

What is your perception of Creatine? Do you feel that Creatine is dangerous and shouldn’t be used by athletes? This is an ingredient I’ve personally heard mixed facts and false information about in my 20 years of working with athletes. Whether it’s a parent, doctor, coach, or athlete, I’ve heard Creatine can damage the kidneys, can cause dehydration, increases our risk for muscle cramps, and many other claims. From the Bro Science world, we’ve heard what their opinion has been on the best source. What does the science say about Creatine use for athletes in regards to the best type, dosage, and time to take? Does Creatine have clinical application for concussion, muscle weakness, and other diseases? Is Creatine say for kids or adolescent athletes?

Dr. Kreider Bio

In this episode, I will be speaking with Dr. Richard Kreider who has been studying Creatine for over 25 years. He serves as Professor, Executive Director of the Human Clinical Research Facility (HCRF), and Director of the Exercise & Sport Nutrition Lab at Texas A&M University. He has conducted numerous studies on nutrition and exercise and has published 6 books, 215 peer-reviewed articles and book chapters, over 457 research abstracts, and 150 health and fitness related articles. Dr. Kreider is a Fellow of the American College of Sport Medicine (FACSM); an active member of the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA); a co-founder, board member, and Fellow of the International Society of Sports Nutrition (FISSN); founding Editor-In-Chief of the BioMed Central - Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition (IF 3.841); Fellow of the American College of Nutrition (FACN); former Board Member of the American Kinesiology Association (2015 - 2018); elected Fellow of the National Academy of Kinesiology (FNAK, #568); member of the American Public Health Association (APHA); and, member of the American Educational Research Association (AERA). Dr. Kreider has been a featured speaker at numerous conferences internationally and serves as a scientific expert consultant for industry and national professional organizations.

 

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Dr. Kreider Social Media

  • @rbkreider
  • #rbkreider

 

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