Creatine Monohydrate Micronised Sports Nutrition
Sports Nutrition creatine monohydrate powder is great for all your fitness goals. The micronized form of creatine, unlike "ordinary" creatine, has about 20 times smaller particle diameter. This means that it will mix better in any drink and dissolve, and the basic prerequisite for something to be absorbed into the body is to dissolve, therefore better absorption and effect can be expected from the micronized form.
What is Creatine? A popular ingredient in many all-in-one sports supplements. In the sports world of dietary supplements, creatine monohydrate occupies a prominent place. It is one of the most tested and studied substances, and there are more than 200 studies behind creatine monohydrate.
Creatine has been confirmed to increase physical performance in consecutive short-term high-intensity exercises, which means that the greatest benefit can be expected in sports that require short-term, explosive and repetitive muscle contraction, such as bodybuilding, fitness, sprinting, high jump , other athletic disciplines, swimming, wrestling, martial arts, etc. So anyone who plays sports that requires full engagement of muscle fibers can benefit from including creatine monohydrate as a supplement to their diet plan.
Creatine is naturally found in the body and is found in smaller amounts in various foods of animal origin, such as red meat. In the body, creatine is mostly found in muscles (as much as 95%).
Creatine Monohydrate Supplements Fact:
Serving size: 5 g
Serving per container: 90
Amount per serving:
- 5g Creatine Monohydrate Micronised
Creatine Monohydrate Suggested use:
Mix 1 serving (1 scoop - 5g) with 200 ml of water and consume 1-2 servings daily.
A dietary supplement is not a substitute or replacement for a balanced diet. Keep out of the reach of small children. Warnings: Recommended daily doses should not be exceeded. Creatine should not be used by pregnant women, nursing mothers and people under the age of 16! Allergen information: Made in a facility that uses gluten, milk, soy, egg and nuts.