Creatine plays an important role in the production of cellular energy by helping to make ATP, a molecule needed by all of the cells in the body.* Creatine, an amino acid that is naturally produced in the body from other amino acids, is also found in foods such as meats, eggs, and fish. Increased levels of exercise or muscle damage increase the physiological need for creatine. Creatine supplementation has been shown to support increased work capacity and power output of muscle while also promoting physical endurance and lean body mass gain.* Outside of the athlete population, creatine has also been shown to lessen muscle breakdown and support cognitive function in aging populations.*
The form of creatine used is Creapure®, which is a micronized form of creatine monohydrate that’s colorless and odorless, and has enhanced solubility so it mixes well with juice and other liquids.
Creatine is NSF Certified for Sport®.