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  • Fitness

Creatine

The Muscle Maker

  • Supports muscle development*
  • Promotes fitness performance*
  • Single ingredient and vegan
  • Mix with protein in water or in water alone
  • 5 single-serving packets
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Non-GMO
Non-GMO
Vegetarian
Vegetarian
Gluten-Free
Gluten-Free
Vegan
Vegan
The basics
Strong Research
Strong Research
Creatine is an amino acid that is stored in your muscles and used for energy, greatly enhancing fitness performance. Widely considered the most effective athletic aid available, creatine increases exercise capacity and lean body mass development. It's typically found in seafood, red meat, pork, and poultry. Ours is vegan, so if you don't eat meat, you may want to consider supplementation.
The basics
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Creatine was first discovered in 1832 when the French scientist Michel Eugene Chevreul extracted it from animal protein. PS ours is vegan.

Research and benefits

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Important when not eating meat

Animal products such as beef, pork, fish, and poultry are rich sources of creatine, but are limited or absent in vegetarian and vegan diets, resulting in reduced muscle creatine stores. If you avoid animal products, a creatine supplement may be beneficial.*

Number of studies

2

Years of studies

2017-2018

Double-blind placebo

No

Animal products such as beef, pork, fish, and poultry are rich sources of creatine, but are limited or absent in vegetarian and vegan diets, resulting in reduced muscle creatine stores. If you avoid animal products, a creatine supplement may be beneficial.*

Supports muscle development

Creatine helps increase muscle cell energy output, which fuels performance, helps build strength, and promotes lean body mass in coordination with a regular exercise program. Depending on your caloric intake and workout patterns, it supports muscle growth or toning.*

Number of studies

4

Years of studies

1997-2018

Double-blind placebo

No

Creatine helps increase muscle cell energy output, which fuels performance, helps build strength, and promotes lean body mass in coordination with a regular exercise program. Depending on your caloric intake and workout patterns, it supports muscle growth or toning.*

Supports fitness performance

Creatine supports a great work out. A cause and effect relationship has been established between consuming creatine and an increase in strength, power, and physical performance during brief bouts of high intensity exercise.*

Number of studies

2

Years of studies

1999-2011

Double-blind placebo

No

Creatine supports a great work out. A cause and effect relationship has been established between consuming creatine and an increase in strength, power, and physical performance during brief bouts of high intensity exercise.*

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