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We offer a full range of the best creatine monohydrate supplements
specifically designed to help athletes and gym goers achieve their goals. Our precisely
engineered creatine powders deliver high-quality nutrients to your body.
Creatine monohydrate is a
naturally occurring amino acid that is converted into creatine
phosphate (or phosphocreatine) in the body. Creatine phosphate helps to
synthesize the energy-bearing molecule adenosine triphosphate (ATP).
ATP provides the energy for all muscle contractions.
Creatine monohydrate is the most widely studied form of
creatine and the one with the most consistent results.
The human body can
produce creatine endogenously from other amino
acids. However, several scientific studies have demonstrated
that muscle cells can store a larger amount of
creatine than that produced by the
body or consumed through diet (*1), (*2).
That's why creatine supplementation may be beneficial to
athletes desiring to improve their sports performance. Creatine increases
muscle phosphocreatine content and so rapidly increases energy levels (*3). It
is common wisdom that most professional athletes supplement with
Its effects are more noticeable at the anaerobic level
(short duration, high intensity activities), such as weight lifting, sprints,
high jump and powerlifting.
Here's a summary of some of the main benefits of creatine supplementation:
-> Increases muscle mass and strength (*4)
-> Increases energy levels required for muscle
-> Increases cell volume and promotes muscle protein synthesis (*6), (*7)
-> Accelerates recovery between workouts (*8), (*9)
-> Improves both aerobic and anaerobic systems (*10),
-> Increases mental awareness (*12)
Creatine can be taken with both water and juice. It is
the position stand of the International Society of Sports Nutrition that
combining creatine and a high dosage of fast-acting carbohydrates can increase
creatine absorption by muscle cells (*13).
Fast-acting carbohydrates will induce an insulin spike,
thus allowing the creatine to get into the muscles faster. Research shows that
alpha lipoic acid can have the same insulin spike effect and can therefore be
an alternative to carbohydrates (*14).
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