Creatine is 100% natural and occurs naturally in many foods, especially herring, salmon, tuna and beef. However, the very best source of creatine by far is creatine monohydrate because it contains more creatine per weight of material than any other source.
Creatine supplements are long players in the market. Numerous studies have shown Creatine’s effectiveness. Let’s take a brief look at the latest scientific proofs for some of Creatine’s advantages. Scientists concluded that creatine supplementation increases the level of peak torque production during repeated bouts of maximal voluntary muscle contraction (1), increases fat-free body mass and improve performance (2, 3), plays an important 4 roles during performance temporal energy buffering, spatial energy buffering, proton buffering and glycolysis regulation (4), etc.
RECOMMENDED USE: Increases fat-free body mass when used in conjunction with resistance training. Improves strength and performance in repetitive bouts of brief, highly-intense physical activity by increasing intramuscular energy levels.
DOSE-ADULTS: (LOADING PHASE): 1 scoop, 3 times daily for 5 days.
DOSE-ADULTS (MAINTENANCE PHASE): 1 scoop, once daily, preferably one hour before training.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE: Mix one scoop with 250 ml of cool water or milk. Drink freshly. Take separately from products containing caffeine. Drink 4-5 glasses of water per day to prevent dehydration.