Daily 1x2 capsule
The most researched creatine formula in capsule form
Creatine (methyl-guanidine-acetate) was first isolated from meat by a French chemist and philosopher Michele Eugene Chevreul in 1832. He named his discovery creatine, a reference to the Greek kreas, meat.
Around 60-70% of the creatine content of our organelles is in the form of free creatine, with the remainder in the so-called phosphorised form.
Creatine has been shown to enhance athletic performance and is therefore one of the most popular supplements for weight training. Creatine enhances physical performance during short bursts of high-intensity exercise at doses of at least 3 grams per day*.
Since its introduction to the sports nutrition supplement market, creatine has been one of the most researched performance-enhancing ingredients.
Most of the creatine in our bodies is found in the muscles, with smaller amounts in the liver, brain, heart muscle, bone and testicles.
It is also produced by our body using the amino acids arginine, methionine and glycine in the liver and kidneys at a rate of about 1 gram per day.
Creatine can also be a good choice in strength sports, martial arts or athletics, where explosive short-duration power development is a major factor.
It can be used by both men and women, according to the recommended use and warnings.
* Scientifically substantiated, European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) approved claims.
On training days, take 1x2 capsules 30 minutes before training with a glass of water. On rest days, take 1x2 capsules with a glass of water before meals. Do not exceed the recommended daily intake.
Mega Creatine Monohydrate 1320
Serving size: 2 capsule
Number of servings: 60 (120 kap.)
Creapure® (Creatine Monohydrate)
- of which Creatine (2321 mg) 2640 mg
3NRV%: Nutrient reference value for adults.
Creapure® (creatine monohydrate) 87.8%, capsule shell [gelatine, glazing agent (shellac), colour (iron oxides and hydroxides), acidity regulator (ammonium hydroxide), acidity regulator (potassium hydroxide)], anti-caking agents (magnesium salts of fatty acids, silicon dioxide).