Body builders take creatine supplements to build big muscles – but what is it, is it good for you, and does it have other uses?
Named after the Greek word "kreas" meaning flesh, creatine is an amino acid derivative found in all cells in the body, but is stored primarily in muscle.
Lebedev Roman Olegovich
The advice on the sides of protein tubs may have to change.
Study finds quality trumps quantity when it comes to muscle strength.
New research shows bodybuilders' muscle quality is lower than that of people who don't train at all - but size is still a pretty good guide to strength.
Those buying and selling human breast milk online could be spreading disease without reaping any of the supposed health benefits.
Take the strain.
People have used bodybuilding to improve their physical performance for at least 1,500 years. The first recorded example was the sixth-century wrestler, Milo of Croton, in southern Italy. Milo reportedly…