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MRM - Creatine Monohydrate 1000
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Vitamin Grocer Price $28.79
Package Description: 2.2 Lbs. (1000 g)
Serving Size: 1 Scoop (5 g)
Number of Servings: 200
Unit Type: Each

Stock Status:In Stock
Product Code: 106080

Description Facts
In the body, creatine is synthesized from the amino acids glycine, arginine and methionine. Taking supplemental doses of creatine monohydrate can increase muscle creatine and phosphocreatine (PC) concentrations by up to 40%. These increases can lead to improvements in muscle energy production and recuperation. Muscle PC is used as a high-energy substrate (fuel) required for immediate bursts of energy during high intensity and anaerobic exercise. Body builders and athletes often notice remarkable increases in muscle cell size and strength, with decreases in the onset of fatigue and faster recovery.

• Largest reserves of Creatine are found in skeletal muscle
• Supplementation can positively affect muscle size and cell volume
• Studies show its ability to decrease muscle fatigue during performance and muscle soreness the following day

Take 1 scoop (included) up to 5 times daily or as directed by your qualified healthcare provider. Please refer to Loading and Maintenance Phase supplementation below. Loading Phase (Days 1-5): 1 Scoop (approx 5 g) of creatine 4-6 times daily for the first 5 days. For more precise dosing use the following formula based on body weight in lbs: 0.014 g x lbs Body weight = Total grams for days 1- 5. Maintenance Phase (Days 6-42): 1 Scoop daily. Best results if taken immediately following exercise with High Glycemic carbohydrates. For more precise dosing use the following formula based on body weight in lbs: 0.14 g x lbs Body weight = Total grams for days 1-5.

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