Creatine Deficiency and Supplementation

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Join us with Dr. Joseph Clark PhD to learn more about creatine deficiencies. Dr. Clark is a professor of neurology at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine. His many research interests include creatine deficiency disorders, glutathione and oxidative stress, and the role of cyclocreatine in the treatment of autism spectrum disorder.

Dr. Clark serves as a medical advisor to the Creatine Deficiency Association (creatineinfo.org) and has also published numerous scientific publications and presentations on creatine, creatine transport, and creatine deficiency. Dr. Clark is also author of the book “My Ambulance Education.”

Join us with Dr. Clark to dig into the latest research on creatine, including:

  • What is creatine, and what defines a creatine deficiency?
  • Why do some people without a creatine deficiency benefit from supplemental creatine?
  • What is the association between oxidative stress, glutathione, autism and mitochondrial dysfunction?
  • What are some research findings related to creatine and treatment of autism spectrum disorder?
  • What are some potential benefits and some potential concerns related to creatine supplementation for people with Mito and/or autism?

Joseph F. Clark has lived in Oxford, Paris and Moscow, and now resides in Cincinnati with his partner Janice and their 10 cats. He is currently a scientist and researcher at the University of Cincinnati, studying the causes and treatments of stroke and creatine transporter deficiency (CTD).

Joe has authored or co-authored more than 100 scientific journal articles and three scientific texts. Learn more about Dr. Clark and his work at http://www.josephfclark.com.

Date: 11/01/2013
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