As a precursor to the energy-dense chemical that powers all your muscle movements and body functions (ATP), Creatine is an essential component of every workout you’ve ever had and is largely responsible for when you get tired, how much you can lift, and how fast your body recovers.*
Finally, Creatine plays a key part in buffering lactic acid production and reducing the “burn” you feel after extended periods of exercise. This not only works to reduce the wasteful byproducts of exercise, but will help your body maintain the healthy pH levels that are required for optimized cellular and muscle functioning.*
NutraKey has developed an ultra-micronized Creatine Monohydrate formula for maximum bioavailability. This means that, serving-to-serving, more Creatine is available to be absorbed by your body than traditional Creatine Monohydrate formulas. In short, you’ll have more energy, less fatigue, and will recover faster than ever.*
The result: Better workouts and more money saved with every scoop.
Yes, you can mix in your protein shake/ smoothies/juice.
Capsules: the recommended use is taking 1 serving (2 capsules) with water or your favorite beverage twice daily. Take first dose 30 minutes prior to training and second immediately after the training. Loading Phase: For the first 5 days of use, take 1 serving with water or your favorite beverage 4-5 times daily. Space the doses at least 2 hours apart.Powder: Recommended Use is taking 1 serving (1 scoop) with water or your favorite beverage. Take 1 serving 30 minutes prior to training and 1 serving immediately after. Non-Training Days: Take 1 serving with first meal of the day, take second serving at least 6 hours later. Loading Phase: For the first 5 days of use, take 1 serving with water or your favorite beverage 4-5 times daily. Space the doses at least 2 hours apart.
Creatine is a substance that is naturally found in our bodies. Over 90% of the creatine in the human body is found in muscle. Creatine monohydrate is the most cost-effective dietary supplement in terms of muscle mass and strength gains. Creatine can help support protein synthesis, which helps muscles grow.
NO, it's not. It's a combination of amino acids produced by the liver, kidney, and pancreas. Creatine is not a steroid—it's naturally found in muscle and in red meat and fish, though at far lower levels than in the powder/capsules form available for boosting performance.