Creatine may prevent liver problem that can come from consuming a high-fat diet, according to a rodent study in the Journal of Nutrition. It could be that creatine tweaks the genes that control fat build-up in the liver. Stay tuned to find out if what works for mice might also benefit humans.
If you have any questions about creatine or to find out if creatine is right for you, ask your Sheddon Physiotherapist at 905-849-4576.
We are located less than 10 min from Sheridan College Oakville and 4 min West of Canlan Ice Sports.
Dana Clark, BScPT FCAMPT IDN(C) is a registered physiotherapist working in Orthopaedics for over 25 years. He has travelled with Sports Teams and worked on complex cases as well as professional, and Olympic Athletes. He previously instructed clinicians in the Orthopaedic Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association.
He continues to help teach clinical skills at the University of Toronto while sitting on the medical advisory board for complete concussion management and an advisory board member for private practice of the Ontario Physiotherapy Association.