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Creatine Monohydrate Creatine Monohydrate 550g
Olimp
17.33 €

Creatine Monohydrate 550g

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  • Micronized creatine monohydrate powder
  • Helps to increase physical performance during exercise
  • The product is intended for athletes and physically active people

Olimp Creatine Monohydrate is a dietary supplement with pure micronised creatine monohydrate in powder form, designed for physically active individuals who want to enrich their daily diet with a compound supporting physical performance.

The preparation contains only creatine monohydrate. This means that the supplement is free of unnecessary fillers which could react with this important compound, impair its absorption and cause side effects.

Creatine is a compound produced in the human body by the liver and kidneys and mainly stored in the muscles. It is structurally similar to amino acids which are its components, i.e. glycine, L-arginine and methionine.

Creatine can be also supplied in a diet. Its found naturally in great quantities in red meat, e.g. beef, veal and mutton. However, these foods are indigestible and their excessive consumption may cause digestive discomfort. Because of that, dietary supplements with creatine have been one of the top preparations recommended to athletes in recent years. What is more, studies show that the compound in supplement form (powder, capsules) absorbs better and is more bioavailable than creatine present in food.

Mechanism of action of creatine
Creatine increases physical performance in the case of consecutive short, very intense physical exercises (a beneficial effect occurs when consuming 3 g of creatine daily). This is because it is converted into phosphocreatine and becomes a reservoir of high-energy phosphates, needed to regenerate ATP from ADP and AMP. ATP (adenosine triphosphate) is a basic source of energy for a cell. Its depletion and slow regeneration causes tiredness and speeds up the onset of fatigue.

Since ATP stores are depleted faster during intense physical activity, one of the key benefits of creatine supplementation is that it speeds up the regeneration of this compound, thereby increasing the force of muscle contraction. By boosting total cellular phosphocreatine levels, we can speed up the resynthesis of ATP from ADP.

Creatine only for athletes?
The replenishment of creatine stores leads to an increase in muscle size. Because of that, supplementation with this compound is especially important for individuals who are doing sports regularly or are professional athletes. Nonetheless, beginners will also enjoy benefits of creatine supplementation because it greatly accelerates training progress, boosting your energy and thus improving motivation.

To sum up, Olimp Creatine Monohydrate is a dietary supplement with a wide spectrum of action, recommended primarily to physically active individuals who want to increase training intensity and accelerate training progress.

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per portion (5 g)amount%DV
100% Micronized Creatine Monohydrate5000 mg*
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Container size: 550 gServing size: 5 gServings per container: 110
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