Raw Powders™Micronized Creatine is made of the most widely used form of creatine – creatine monohydrate (CM).
CM is a substance naturally found in human body as creatine phosphate (CP), free form of creatine. 95 % of creatine is stored in the muscles and it is used as a main source of energy (ATP). It is used in short-term, high intensity bursts. Rapid depletion of Creatine stores in muscle tissue may result in decreased performance. Supplementation with high quality CM increases creatine stores in the body and improves the overall performance in high intensity training, as well as resistance training.The usage of creatine is safe and helps to increase lean muscle mass, power output, and speed up the recovery. It may also increase testosterone levels and the bone mineral density. Who can benefit by taking creatine supplements?
Creatine is recommended for bodybuilders, weightlifters, most endurance athletess.
Why Raw Powders™ Creatine?
Raw Powders™ Micronized Creatine is pure, safe and HPLC tested Creatine monohydrate. We offer over 99 % pure and laboratory tested creatine
Proven to increase muscle strength and power
Increases muscle Creatine content and ATP stores
Helps to increase leaner muscle mass and size
Helps to improve the recovery rate
Helps to increase the levels of Testosterone
Purity check board
99.9 % Pure Micronized Creatine monohydrate powder
Mix 1 scoop (5000 mg) with 100-150 ml of water or juice and consume 1-2 servings daily.
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100 % micronized creatine monohydrate powder.
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