Creatine helps you recover between sets. Which means a supplements’ value lies in boosting recovery speed, which in turn enhances the amount of work you’re able to do during a workout. Over time, this leads to faster gains in both strength and size. Combined with weight training, creatine slows the loss of bone mass as you age and could ease the effects of osteoarthritis, where joints become stiff and painful.
- Helps muscle cells produce more energy
- Supports many other functions in muscle
- Improves high-intensity exercise performance
- Speeds muscle growth
- May help with Parkinson’s disease
- May fight other neurological diseases
- May lower blood sugar levels and fight diabetes
Serving Size: 5 grams
Servings Per Container: 300 grams
Side effects and Interactions: NONE
Keep out of the reach of children. Pregnant or lactating women, the chronically ill, elderly, individuals under the age of 18, those taking prescription medications (e.g., blood thinners) as well as those with a physician-diagnosed medical condition should consult with a physician, pharmacist, naturopath or other qualified healthcare professional prior to taking dietary supplements.
Top quality creatine powder contains no fillers, sodium or sugar and laboratory tested for quality and purity using only creatine powder, works to help those wanting to build muscle mass, increase strength and have the energy needed to complete fitness and bulking objectives.
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