Webinar: Impact of Creatine on Muscle Function and Bone Health

December 14, 2023


8:00 PM (EST)

Creatine is a popular dietary supplement and very popular amongst athletes and exercising individuals for improving muscle mass, performance and recovery. However, despite over 500 peer-refereed publications involving creatine supplementation, many questions still remain regarding its efficacy and safety.

This webinar will discuss emerging evidence that creatine can have a therapeutic impact on muscle function, brain, and bone health. It will also highlight key mechanisms, current emerging research, and common questions and misconceptions about creatine.

Speaker: Scott Forbes

Dr. Scott Forbes is an associate professor in the department of Physical Education Studies at Brandon University. Dr. Forbes is a scientific advisor and certified sport nutritionist through the International Society of Sports Nutrition (ISSN), and a clinical exercise physiologist and high-performance specialist through the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology (CSEP). Dr. Forbes has published over 120 peer-reviewed manuscripts and 5 book chapters. His research examines various nutritional (e.g., creatine and protein) and exercise interventions to enhance muscle, bone, and brain.

CATA members, please register using the email affiliated with your CATA account to receive member pricing.

CATA members will earn 0.6 CEUs for attending the full webinar and submitting a post webinar survey.

This webinar will be presented entirely in English.