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Creatine is one of the most researched supps and most talked about today — over 20 years after it was first introduced to the market. It has been used by almost every bodybuilder and athlete — providing them with an increased overall performance and strength. When you’re looking to make more gains in the gym, consider taking creatine.
This power-enhancing supp is still misunderstood and undervalued by many — treating it just like any ordinary supplement. But make no mistake. Not just any old brand or type of creatine will do. There are numerous variations of creatine on the market, and innovation is still taking place.
HOW CREATINE WORKS
For starters, creatine works by increasing the availability of a molecule called phosphocreatine (PCr). PCr allows the body to produce its own energy called, adenosine triphosphate (ATP) — taking place right inside the muscle.
Normally, PCr in the muscle cells gets rapidly depleted during training, but supplementing with creatine increases the body’s ability to store a pool of phosphocreatine in the muscles. This enhances resynthesis of phosphocreatine and ATP production during recovery. The end result: you will be able to lift heavier for a longer period of time — ultimately increasing muscle size and strength.
THE GAME CHANGERS
Within the last 10 years, numerous forms of creatine have been introduced — creatine monohydrate was the original form. This form of creatine has been the most studied, yet it’s still not perfect. Changes and some innovations have been made on the supp, producing creatine ethyl ester, which flopped. As of recently there have been a few innovations that have been reviewed by many athletes, citing improvements over the original. These innovations include two new creatine forms: creatine hydrocholoride and free-acid creatine.
Creatine HCL: Creatine hydrochloride (HCL) is creatine combined with hydrochloric acid — a cutting-edge creatine that has unique soluble properties.
THE CREACTOR FORMULA
Creactor features a 1:1 ratio of creatine hydrochloride and free-acid creatine. Each serving of Creactor has 1500 milligrams from the two forms of creatine, and it has twice the amount of creatine of the leading competitor. With Creactor, you’ll have a daily dose of creatine — two servings in a day — and you can easily mix it with your favorite protein shake or BCAA drink. As mentioned before, Creactor is composed of 100 percent pure creatine HCL and free-acid creatine — containing zero carb fillers, carbs, or impurities.
To clear up any confusion, creatine “microdosing” or “concentrated dosing” is not effective — there isn’t any research supporting the efficacy of taking low doses of creatine per day.
Creactor on the other hand sticks to research. That research was published in the Journal of Applied Physiology — resulting that a dosage of three grams of creatine a day for a month is needed to saturate muscles. This creates an increase in muscular strength, overall performance, and muscle size. The recommended serving size in Creactor is nearly twice the amount that’s recommend by concentrated creatine brands.
As if you need another reason to choose Creactor, remember that some regular creatine products are thrown together with cheap, ineffective ingredients.
Creactor is pure HPLC-tested. The quality and purity of all Creactor supplements are tested by a certified U.S., independent, third-party lab, so you can rest assured knowing you’re spending your money on only the best quality product.
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