We found here that the dietary exposure to GAA is relatively low among the US adults, with the average intake (∼10 mg/day) only contributes marginally to the total daily turnover of creatine.
Six-month HRW intake (0.5 L per day) favorably affected several aging-related features in healthy elderly. For instance, HRW extended mean telomere length by ~4% and tended to improve DNA methylation.
Hydrogen could be recommended as a novel intervention that upholds attention in stressed conditions, with its metabolic footprint likely different from caffeine.
Dietary intake information from ten consecutive rounds of NHANES (from 1999 to 2000 to 2017-2018) was extracted for a total of 89,161 respondents aged 0-85 years. Individual values for total grams of creatine consumed per day were computed using the average amount of creatine (3.88 g/kg) across all creatine-containing food sources.