Raw Powders™ presents pure Creatine Gluconate – fairly new form of creatine where creatine is bound to glucose molecule. Due to this unique form, creatine has better solubility, absorption and greater bio-availability. Connecting creatine to glucose molecule enhances uptake of creatine and delivers it rapidly to the muscle. Decreased creatine stores in the muscles muscles , limits performance factors in high intensity training. Thus, refueling muscles energy stores (ATP) will help fight against fatigue. Performing extra few reps will load muscles with extra power leading to increased muscle growth as well as improving the recovery rate.
We highly recommend pure Raw Powders™ Creatine Gluconate for everyone that is seeking improvement in strength, explosive power and lean muscle mass.
Why Raw Powders™ Creatine Gluconate ?
Raw Powders™ Creatine Gluconate is laboratory tested, pure (free of fillers, binders, sweeteners and other impurities).
Higher solubility and better absorbtion comparing to regular creatine
Helps recovery faster
Increases fat free muscle mass and size
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Mix 1 scoop (5000 mg) with 100-150 ml of water or juice and consume 1-2 servings daily.
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100 % Creatine Gluconate powder
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