When creative was introduced
6 February, 2015 at 7:32 am in Health & Beauty, Immigration
When creative was introduced to the market as a supplement in the early 90s, many anecdotal and theoretical side effects were brought up as potential concerns—including kidney and Brainfire liver problems, dehydration and cramping. Thus far, short- and long-term research studies have demonstrated no side effects of recommended creative use on kidney, liver and/or the heart. Additionally, creative has not been shown to increase the incidence of cramping. There is some evidence that creative can increase dihydrotestosterone levels. Some have theorized that this may cause an increase in acne, but this has yet to be demonstrated.
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