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Crea Plus Crea Plus 500g
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Crea Plus 500g

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  • High efficacy
  • Enriched with taurine and magnesium
  • Able to reduce fatigue and tiredness
  • Supports muscle work
  • Supports nervous system functions
  • Able to accelerate post-workout regeneration
  • Helps to increase volume and strength of muscles
  • Affects health of bones
  • Able to stimulate synthesis of muscle protein

Iron Horse Series Crea Plus is a dietary supplement containing 4250 mg of creatine monohydrate, 500 mg of taurine and 75 mg of magnesium per portion.

Creatine – an organic chemical compound synthesised from glycine and arginine. It was discovered by Michel Eugène Chevreul in 1832. The most creatine is found in muscles, that is up to 98 per cent of the entire amount in the organism. It participates in energy metabolism by storing and transporting high-energy phosphate bonds inside cells in the form of phosphocreatine. It enjoys particular popularity among sportspeople.

Taurine - an organic chemical compound of the group of biogenic amino acids. It is used in many supplements for sportspeople and energy drinks along with caffeine. It exhibits activity typical of that of neurotransmitters, as it can activate GABA receptors in the brain. It increases metabolism in glial cells. It exhibits the ability to emulsify lipids in the gastrointestinal tract. It affects the functioning of the pancreas and improve creatine transport.

Magnesium – a dietary mineral, one of the most deficient dietary components. It is mainly known for its calming, stress-reducing effect. It is an electrolyte, it affects water balance in the organism. Its deficiency can cause distortions in insulin sensitivity and glycaemia, an increase in arterial blood pressure, and nervous system function disorders, mainly in the form of anxiety.

Role of creatine in the organism
Creatine is a transporter that distributes energy inside a cell by moving phosphate bonds of adenosine triphosphate produced in a mitochondrion to other organelles, rebuilding the ATP molecules that have already been used. By supporting energy metabolism, creatine works at the very base, thanks to which it exhibits a very wide range of effects on the human organism, not only in terms of sports achievements.

Benefits for sportspeople
Using creatine helps to hydrate muscular cells better, and it is worth mentioning that water is one of the most anabolic substances. During supplementation, a reduction in myostatin is also noted, a substance responsible for inhibiting muscle growth.

Scientific test results also demonstrate an increase in two strong anabolic factors – testosterone and IGF-1. It contributes both to the anabolic and anti-catabolic effect, so creatine can be useful both in the period of building muscle mass and in times of fatty tissue reduction.

Synergic effect of components
Taurine is known among other things for its beneficial effect on the smoothness of creatine transport to muscles. It can stem from the fact that taurine exhibits insulin-mimetic properties, and insulin is the very agent that transport creatine.

Both creatine and taurine help to accelerate the speed of muscle regeneration after training, so their combination can potentially increase the effect.

Magnesium exhibits the ability to accelerate protein synthesis, thanks to which it can strengthen the effect of creatine in this area. Increased muscle protein synthesis is a crucial mechanism in the process of muscle growth.

Extraordinary creatine supplements
Creatine gained the most fame in the ‘90s of the 20th century when people started to use it as a dietary supplement for sportspeople for speeding up muscle growth in a safe way. The wonderful agent drew the attention of not only sportspeople, but also scientists, who have studied its nearly every aspect over the years that has any relevance for physical development.

Versatility
Creatine supplements can be applied in nearly every sports, starting from bodybuilding and powerlifting, through cycling and long-distance running, to intellectual sports, such as chess. It is possible thanks to its effect on energy metabolism, and the right supply of energy is a factor that determines every vital function.

The most certain form of creatine
The most popular and basic form of creatine is its monohydrate, that is a molecule consisting of creatine in about 88 per cent and water in about 12 per cent. It is also the form that proves the most efficient in scientific test results, and that is even despite the fact that new, enhanced forms of the agent are still being introduced, fortified with various substances that are supposed to increase its effects.

The effect probably stems from a higher amount of creatine per cent in monohydrate than in other forms, as combining with other molecules can significantly reduce its content.

Iron Horse Series Crea Plus is recommended for sportspeople who seek a safe way to increase the effectiveness of their efforts to achieve more in sports. It can be useful both in the period of building muscle mass and during fatty tissue reduction.

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Container size: 500 gServing size: 5 gServings per container: 100
per portion (5 g)amount%RDA
Creatine Monohydrate4250 mg*
Taurine500 mg*
Magnesium75 mg25%
Vitamin B1 (thiamine)5 mg454%
Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine)5 mg357%
Vitamin B12 (cobalamin)5 µg200%
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