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Synthesis / Occurrences
Creatine naturally occurs in the body and can be found in muscle tissue, the brain and also in urine. Creatine is important in for storing energy in the body and primarily in the muscle cells. It changes into creatine phosphate that donates phosphate for converting ADP into ATP. Creatine can also commonly be found in red meat and seafood. It can also be created by man in a laboratory. 
The main use of creatine is as a supplement for working out. Creatine helps to enhance the body's ability to perform high intensity tasks. It strengthens muscle contractions and can help athletes to get out more reps, run faster and get a higher performance out of their workout. Creatine supplies energy to type 11b muscle which is a fast twitch muscle fiber. This is helpful to bodybuilders because it allows them to increase their power output which in turn helps in increasing muscle size. Creatine has also been shown to reduce muscle cell damage after exercise helping in the recovery from intense workouts. It also serves as a protein synthesis stimulus which helps in muscle volume and strength. Creatine also enhances the activity of ALP which is important in bone growth. Creatine enhances cell energy production which is also an important factor in bone development.https://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/drobson181.htm
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