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Effect of Creatine and Caffeine on Muscle Performance

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Effect of Creatine and Caffeine on Muscle Performance

To determine if creatine and caffeine can be co-supplemented without inhibiting the effects of creatine.

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No pharmaceutical medication involved common.study.methods.has-drugs-no
Patients and healthy individuals accepted common.study.methods.is-healthy-no

Dietary Supplement - Creatine Monohydrate

0.1g/kg of body weight (pre measured creatine) and 3mg/kg of body weight (pre measured micronized cellulose powder-caffeine placebo) self administered 1 hr prior to working out mixed in water.

Dietary Supplement - Creatine Monohydrate and Caffeine

0.1g/kg body weight (pre measured creatine) and 3mg/kg body weight (pre measured caffeine) self administered 1hr prior to working out mixed in water.

Dietary Supplement - Caffeine

3mg/kg of body weight (pre measured caffeine) and 0.1g/kg of bodyweight (pre measured maltodextrin- creatine placebo) self administered 1 hr prior to working out mixed in water.

Dietary Supplement - Placebo

0.1g/kg of body weight (pre measured maltodextrin) and 3mg/kg of body weight (pre measured micronized cellulose powder) self administered 1 hr prior to working out mixed in water.

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Effects of Creatine and Caffeine Co-Supplementation on Muscle Mass and Muscle Performance in Trained Young Adults

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NCT04290819

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elYA7a