Most likely, if you’ve spent any time in a gym or taken an interest in improving your physical performance, creatine is a supplement you’re familiar with.
WHAT IS CREATINE
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Creatine is naturally produced within our liver and kidneys and is widely stored within our skeletal muscle structure in the form of phosphocreatine.*[/column]
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While we do create some creatine on our own, we also take in small amounts from red meats such as salmon, tuna, and beef.*[/column]
HOW DOES IT WORK
Whether obtained through the ingestion of meat, supplemental sources, or through our own physiological production, creatine is transported to our muscle through the bloodstream.*
Once it reaches our muscles,creatine is converted into phosphocreatine, a vital metabolite used during the production of aTP, our muscles’ chief energy source.*
Intense training utilizes your phosphocreatine reserves, 95% of which are stored within your muscle cells. In conjunction with ATP, phosphocreatine is responsible for your bodies ability to produce muscular energy, aka muscle contractions.*
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THE OTHER BENEFITS OF CREATINE
Preliminary studies are finding some eye opening benefits to creatine that go far beyond athletic performance.*
- Lowers triglycerides and reduces the risk of heart disease*
- Supports muscle viability* in people with
- Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease*
- Muscular Dystrophy*
- Parkinson’s Disease*
- Slows the progression of ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease)*
Muscle viability and strength is at the core of our long term health. Whether you are pursuing increased physical performance and increased muscle mass, or just want to maintain your strength for another season in the mountains, creatine is a tremendous tool to fuel you along the way.*
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*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.