Is Guanidinoacetic acid (GAA) a better form of creatine?

Some studies have suggested that an intermediary in the synthesis of creatine called guanidinoacetic acid may be a superior supplemental of creatine. What is the truth about this? For the most in-depth information available anywhere about nutrition;exercise science;supplements;anti-aging research;hormonal therapy;fat-loss techniques that work; women’s health and fitness; ergogenic aids and much more, subscribe today to Jerry Brainum’s Applied Metabolics Newsletter (www.appliedmetabolics.com).

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