- Creatine is a nitrogenous organic acid that occurs in vertebrates. Approximately 95% of the Creatine in the body is located in skeletal muscle cells.
- Creatine helps to supply energy to all cells, primarily muscle, by increasing the formation of Adenosine TriPhosphate (ATP) acting as cell energy reserve also for muscle contractions.
- The muscle cells can store more Creatine than what you normally get from your daily diet and is synthesized by the body. By supplementing your diet with Creatine, your muscles will retain more Creatine.
- Creatine in a minimum of 3 g daily dose is scientifi cally proven to increase performance in successive burst of short-term, high intensity exercise like weight training and intensive interval cardio.