Category - Glycocyamine [Guanidinoacetic acid]

Glycocyamine [Guanidinoacetic acid or GAA] is a direct precursor of creatine and is naturally occurring in the human body. Research in rats has shown that short-term oral glycocyamine administration increases the serum level of creatine to a similar extent like the same dose of creatine. It is said to benefit most to creatine non-responders. There are some safety concersn that its supplementation can result in the production of fatty livers and in the reduction of liver choline.