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Micronized Creatine Monohydrate

Creatine is a nutrient that is naturally found in our bodies. It is made from a combination of the three amino acids arginine, glycine, and methionine. Creatine helps provide the energy our muscles require to move, particularly movements which are quick and explosive in nature. When your muscles contract, the initial fuel for this movement is a compound called ATP (adenosine triphosphate). ATP provides its energy by releasing one of its phosphate molecules. It then becomes a different compound called ADP (adenosine diphosphate). Unfortunately, there is only enough ATP to provide energy for about ten seconds, so for this energy system to continue, more ATP must be produced. Creatine phosphate comes to the rescue by giving up its phosphate molecule to ADP, recreating ATP. This ATP can then be "burned" again as fuel for more muscle contraction. CreapureTM Creatine Monohydrate is low in Creatinine (a negative by-product from Creatine breakdown).

CreapureTM means that it is licensed by SKW in Germany, which is the purest Creatine in the world. It has been tested and proven free of impurities. Each lot of CreapureTM Creatine Monohydrate is certified pure by an independent laboratory HPLC analysis.
Product: Micronized Creatine Monohydrate
Brand: Kaizen (More Products)
Size: 1000 grams
Dosage: Take 1 tsp 1-4 times daily
Retail: $49.99
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2 Customer Reviews

Micronized Creating Monohydrate
by laura bieschke

I heard from my mother that she loves this product. I'm going to try it for myself.

no thanks
by kenny

too much suger. gave me the the jitters and made me feel anxious. could also have to do with the extra insulin simulators they put in it. I'd just assume buy plain micronized creatine and mix it with my own carb source (i.e. bananas/grape juice)