Dietary Supplement. Pharmaceutical grade. 100% Micronized. HPLC tested for purity. Promotes lean body mass. Enhances athletic performance. Supports fast recovery after exercise. Metabolic Performance Series. Creatine is synthesized from the amino acids glycine, arginine and methionine. Taking supplemental doses of creatine monohydrate can increase muscle creatine and phosphocreatine (PC) concentrations. These increases can lead to improvements in muscle energy production and recuperation. Muscle PC is used as a high-energy substrate (fuel) required for immediate bursts of energy during high intensity and anaerobic exercise. Bodybuilders and athletes often notice remarkable increases in muscle cell size and strength, with decreases in the onset of fatigue with faster recovery. Best results are achieved when taken with fluids or foods containing glucose or dextrose. Results may be diminished if taken with foods and beverages containing caffeine. Enhances lean muscle strength; Increases phosphocreatine levels in muscles; Decreases recovery time and muscle soreness following exercise. No excipients added. Contains no common allergens, artificial flavoring or colors.
Directions: Take 1 scoop daily or as directed by your qualified healthcare provider. Please refer to loading and maintenance phase dosing below. Loading Phase (Days 1-5): 1 Scoop (approx. 5 grams) of creatine monohydrate 4-6 times daily for the first 5 days. For more precise dosing use the following formula based on body weight in lbs: 0.14g x lbs Body weight = Total grams days 1-5. Maintenance Phase (Days 6-42): 1 Scoop daily. Best results if taken immediately following exercise with High Glycemic Carbohydrates. For more precise closing use the following formula based on body weight in lbs: 0.014g x lbs Body weight = Total grams days 6-42.
Warnings: (This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.)
Serving Size 1 scoop Servings Per Container 325
Amount Per Serving
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.