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  1. Creatine
  2. Nonessential Nutrients
  3. Tyrosine
  4. Green Tea Extract
  5. Nutrient-Dense Food
  6. Beta Alanine
  7. Essential Nutrients
  8. Caffeine
  9. Central Nervous System (CNS)
  10. Part-Time Supplement User
  11. Natural Health Products Directorate (NHPD)
  12. Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs)
  13. Glutamine
  14. Peer-reviewed
  15. Carnosine
  17. Food And Drug Administration (FDA)
  18. Supplement Needs Analysis
  19. International Olympic Committee (IOC)
  1. a World' largest freely available medical database.
  2. b Dipeptide found primarily in muscle that can help to decrease muscular fatigue.
  3. c Scrutinized and examined by other professionals working in a similar field or relevant research area.
  4. d A group based in Switzerland, that organizes the modern Olympic games.
  5. e The portion of the nervous system made up of the brain and spinal cord.
  6. f Determination of specific dietary supplements needs based on a client's current situation.
  7. g A non-essential amino acid.
  8. h Nutrients that either the body can make itself, assuming adequate nutritional intake, or nutrients that aren't needed for normal physiological functioning.
  9. i Nitrogenous substance, derived from arginine, glycine and methionine, found in muscle tissue.
  10. j A division of the Health Products and Food branch of Health Canada that is responsible for implementation of the natural health products for sale in Canada.
  11. k Someone who uses dietary supplements on certain days when they might not be meeting minimal requirements from food.
  12. l Rate-limiting precursor of carnosine which can help to decrease muscular fatigue.
  13. m Foods that provide substantial amounts of nutrients with only necessary calories.
  14. n Nutrients present in food that are needed for normal physiological functioning.
  15. o A xanthine derivative that can stimulate the central nervous system.
  16. p A recognized term used worldwide regarding the control and management of manufacturing and quality control testing of foods, pharmaceutical products, and medical devises.
  17. q Conditionally essential amino acid that is abundant in muscle tissue.
  18. r United States government agency that enforces laws on the manufacturing, testing, and use of drugs and medical devices; does not regulate dietary supplements.
  19. s Derived from green tea leaves, contains high levels of EGCG, a compound that may play a role in disease prevention.