Creatine monohydrate is the most common type of creatine, in supplements, as well as the most researched. Lots of scientific evidence suggest that creatine monohydrate is a substance that works and many people that use it for the past 40 years, confirm those claims with the results they have seen in their bodies. Creatine is essentially an amine (literally a nitrogenous amino acid) that is naturally produced in our bodies by the amino acids: glycine, methionine and arginine (95% of our body’s creatine is stored in muscle cells). Moreover, creatine is also present in foods such as meat & seafood.
Because creatine monohydrate is the number-one supplement for improving performance in the gym and for increasing muscle mass. Our creatine monohydrate in powder form, provides an easy and efficient way to increase overall creatine intake, resulting in many benefits for your body.
- Faster regeneration of cellular energy (ATP), which increases the amount of work muscle cells can do, therefore you get:
-Increased physical performance
-Improved muscular power
- Increased cell hydration (creatine lifts water inside your muscle cells, which causes a cell volumization effect that not only makes your muscles appear bigger, but also assist in muscle growth.)
- New muscle fiber growth. Having adequate amounts of Creatine help in reducing protein breakdown & stimulate muscular protein synthesis.
- Faster muscle recovery after workouts.
Creatine monohydrate is suitable for vegetarians and people that don’t consume enough meat, through their diet, so it is a great addition to their diets.
Consume 2 servings daily. (1 serving=3 caps)
We suggest that you take 1 serving of creatine capsules before workout and 1 serving after workout. Keep in mind that the time of the day you consume is not as important as the consistency of consuming it each and every day, at that same time.
TIP: Do not consume too close with coffee or other beverage that contains caffeine
Drink along some juice or consume with another source of carbs, in order to promote creatine absorption.
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