An introduction to sports supplements: basic science and clinical trials

A talk by Peter Bond

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How does a sports supplement, for example creatine, work? What are its purported mechanisms of action? Does it need to get into muscle cells and how does it get there? Is it safe? What do trials with human subjects show and how to interpret them? These and other questions will be answered in this lecture as we will dive in the 'pharmacologic' aspects of sports supplements and human trials that put them to test.

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Peter Bond

Peter Bond is a scientific author with publications about the molecular mechanisms of muscle growth, the dietary supplement phosphatidic acid, and anabolic steroids.

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