BPI Best Creatine 50 Serves
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6 Advanced Forms Of Creatine
Designed To Fuel Workouts, Promote Improved Muscle Gains And Increase Strength
- INCREASED STRENGTH
- MUSCLE GROWTH
- OPTIMAL RECOVERY
- IMPROVED ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE
Creatine can fuel your workouts, promoting improved muscle gains, increased strength, performance and recovery. With 6 different forms of creatine, combined with synergistic key ingredients to maximize creatine absorption, BEST CREATINE™ is your professional strength muscle building supplement. There’s a reason it’s called BEST.
The most heavily researched and trusted form of creatine, backed by hundreds of studies. No other form of creatine has been shown to be more effective over time.
Creatine bonded to pure magnesium, thus potentially enhancing the bioavailability of creatine. Magnesium is an essential muscle nutrient that is partially responsible for cellular hydration.
Creatine bound to AKG, or alpha-ketoglutarate, a precursor of glutamine. The bonding potentially enhances creatine absorption as well as providing glutamine, an amino acid crucial for muscle growth and recovery.
Creatine monohydrate with the water molecule removed. This gives you more creatine than monohydrate on a gram per gram basis
Creatine bonded to phosphate, or the most common form of phosphorous. It is the most abundant intracellular anion in the body. It is critical for membrane structure, transport and energy storage.
PH BUFFERED CREATINE ALKALINE
Utilizes a pH Buffering Technology to help balance pH levels at closer to neutral, which may in turn stop the unwanted conversion of creatine to creatinine, and enhance overall creatine absorption.
ALL THESE SYNERGISTIC INGREDIENTS COMBINED MAKE FOR AN UNRIVALED FORMULA AND UNMATCHED RESULTS!
Vitamins.co.nz BPI Best Creatine Recommended Use
Take one (1) serving (1 scoop) blended into 8oz of ice cold water, either before, during, or after workout, or as directed by a qualified healthcare practitioner. On non-training days, take one (1) serving (1 scoop) first thing in the morning, on an empty stomach, or as directed by a qualified healthcare practitioner.