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Naturally-Occurring Amino Acid For Promoting Reduction In Muscle Fatigue 

Creatine is backed by research to support adenosine triphosphate (ATP) formation for improvements in strength and power. It may improve muscle hydration and temperature regulation. Creatine also supports lean muscle mass and short duration performance.

Benefits of NF Sports Creatine
  • May improve muscle mass by stimulating satellite cells (satellite cells are ‘blank’ cells that aid in tissue regeneration.
  • Improves strength by elevating creatine phosphate levels. The elevation of creatine phosphate levels leads to an increase in the formation of ATP. ATP is the form of energy that your body can use. It is formed by carbohydrates and fat, however it is most quickly produced using creatine phosphate.
  • Reduces fatigue and promotes exercise recovery by reducing muscle glycogen depletion. The higher the availability of creatine in the body, the less muscle glycogen is necessary during intense strength training exercises.
  • Improves muscle volume: increased intramuscular creatine stores draw water to properly hydrate muscle and improve muscle volume.

Loading & Cycling
If you’re an athlete who is interested in loading creatine to increase phosphate levels quickly, use 20 grams (4 servings) a day for the first 4-5 days. Discontinue use after 4 weeks, and repeat after at least 4 weeks of discontinued use. Creatine effectiveness plateaus after 4-5 weeks of continuous use. Creatine is most effective when taken with a high carbohydrate meal/drink.
Recommended Use
Mix 5 grams of Creatine with water or juice along with your post-workout/pre-workout meal. Continue the use of Creatine on non-training days as well to maintain muscle saturation. Creatine levels will decline and return to normal after 30 days. Creatine supplementation may also support lean mass and functional strength in the elderly.