CREATINE MONOHYDRATE 500g NEUTRAL
Nutritional Facts CREATINE MONOHYDRATE 500g NEUTRAL
|Information CREATINE MONOHYDRATE 500g NEUTRAL|
|Serving size: 3/4 dispenser (5g)|
|Daily dose: 3/4 dispenser (5g)|
|Servings per container: 100|
|Amount per serving|
|of which creatine||4421mg|
|Ingredients: Creatine monohydrate. It may contain traces of milk and dairy products, egg, gluten, soy, nuts, celery, fish, crustaceans and crustacean products.|
How to take CREATINE MONOHYDRATE 500g NEUTRAL:The beneficial effects are obtained with a daily intake of at least 3 grams of creatine. Divide the body weight (Kg) by 3. the result is the daily amount of creatine in grams to be taken in the 'loading phase' (the first week of use). After this period, reduce to half the amount, by way of maintenance. Take it on an empty stomach, mainly after exercise, along with simple carbohydrates. For it to be easily dissolved, use 400ml of liquid per 5g (1 dose) of creatine.
- Creatine Monohydrate
- Each dose supplies 4.4g of creatine
- Manufactured in the EU
- Neutral taste
What is Creatine Monohydrate?
Creatine Monohydrate by Pharma First Nutrition is a nutritional supplement in a powder format made of creatine monhydrate.
Properties of Creatine Monohydrate
Creatine is a essential substance that we need to produce energy in our body. Most of the creatine that we posses in our body is found in the muscles.
Creatine can help to improve the physical capacity to work within the limits of fatigue. A study carried out on young elite athletes proves that oral creatine supplements at low doses and during a short period of time positively affects the production of muscle power. (1)
Who is this supplement for?
- Especially for sportspeople
- For all of those people who wish to increase their daily intake of creatine
1. Yáñez-Silva A, Buzzachera CF, Piçarro IDC, Januario RSB, Ferreira LHB, McAnulty SR, Utter AC, Souza-Junior TP. Effect of low dose, short-term creatine supplementation on muscle power output in elite youth soccer players. J Int Soc Sports Nutr. 2017 Feb 7;14:5. doi: 10.1186/s12970-017-0162-2. eCollection 2017.