What is creatine?
Creatine is a classic when it comes to supplements. It is found naturally in the body’s muscles and plays an essential role in its energy metabolism. In the muscles, creatine is converted to the form of creatine phosphate, which then acts as a quickly available energy source during high-intensity training.
Does it matter?
Studies show that creatine increases performance during explosive short-term work, for example, increased maximum strength and ability to perform more repetitions. Products with creatine often give rise to a rapid weight gain due to increased fluid storage in the muscles. The increased amount of fluid gives you better endurance and extra pressure in the muscles during exercise!
Increases your ability to train hard with increased muscle growth as a result.
|Daily dose||5 g||DRI% *|
|Creatine monohydrate||5 g||**|
|* Daily Reference Intake|
|** DRI Not determined|
|Nutritional value||100 g||5 g|
|Energy value||0 kJ / kcal||0 kJ / kcal|
|Creatine||100 g||5 g|
Ingredients: Micronized Creatine Monohydrate.
Recommended daily dose
Normal intake: 2 teaspoons (5 g).
Charging: four days, two teaspoons four times a day (20 g Creatine).
Distribute evenly throughout the day. Ingested with meals.
Packaging: 500 g
Dietary supplement: Store dry at room temperature and out of reach of children. Nutritional supplements should not be used as an alternative to a varied diet. It is important to have a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. Opened packaging should be consumed within 6 months. Recommended daily intake should not be exceeded.