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Creatine and Androstenedione--Two "Dietary Supplements"
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Creatine and Androstenedione--Two "Dietary Supplements"
Creatine, a natural amino acid derivative, and androstenedione, a testosterone precursor, are marketed as 'dietary supplements' in health food stores and are widely believed to enhance athletic performance. Both have been in the news recently...more
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