> Nature's Best Creatine Monohydrate 500 grams
Nature's Best Creatine Monohydrate 500 grams
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100% pure white crystalline creatine
monohydrate. Nature's Best offers you five
different sizes suited for just about everyone's
needs and at the industry's best prices!
Perfect Creatine offers you the purest quality
presently being used by major universities as
well as a significant number of professional
sport teams throughout the United States. Creatine Monohydrate, or
methyl guanidine acetic-acid, has been the focus of sport nutrition
research over the past fifteen years. In healthy individuals, the body's
creatine pool is approximately 120 grams, 95% of which is found in
skeletal muscle. Chemically, phosphocreatine
has been proposed as one of the most likely limitations to muscle performance
during intense, fatiguing short lasting exercise. Studies have shown the ingestion
of 20 grams of creatine for five days can lead to an average increase in muscle
total creatine concentration of about 20%.1,2 Based on recently published
studies, it appears that ingestion of 20 grams of creatine a day for five days will
significantly increase exercise performance during repeated short lasting maximal
exercise. The consistent finding from three recent studies is that creatine
ingestion significantly increased exercise performance five to seven percent by
sustaining force or work output during exercise.3,4,5,6. The result of most
current studies indicate that any improvement in exercise performance as a result
of creatine supplementation is clearly associated with the extent of muscle
creatine retention. These studies are a major breakthrough for Nature's Best and
today's athletes. Creatine can now be considered a scientifically proven athletic
supplement that should be used by athletes at every level.
Servings per container: 100
Each serving contains: Creatine Monohydrate 5gm
Note: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
- Greenhaff, P.L., K. Bodin, K. Soderlund and E. Hultman. The effect of oral
supplementation on skeletal muscle phosphocreatine resynthesis. American Journal of
Physiology 266: E725-E730, 1994.
- Harris, R.C., K. Soderlund, and E. Hultman. Elevation of creatine in resting and exercised
muscle of normal subjects by creatine supplementation. Clinical Science 83: 367-374,
- Balsom, P.D., B. Ekblom, K. Soderlund, B. Sjodin, and E. Hultman. Creatine
supplementation and dynamic high-intensity intermittent exercise. Scand. J. Med. Sci.
Sports 3: 143-149, 193.
- Birch R., D. Noble, P.L. Greenhaff. The influence of dietary creatine supplementation on
performance during repeated bouts of maximal isokinetic cycling in man. Eur. J. Appl.
Physiol. 69: 268-270, 1994.
- Greenhaff, P.L., A. Casey, A.H. Short, R.C. Harris, K. Soderlund, and E. Hultman.
Influence of oral creatine supplementation on muscle torque during repeated bouts of
maximal voluntary exercise in man. Clinical Science 84: 565-571, 1993.
- Harris, R.C., M. Viru, P.L. Greenhaff, and E. Hultman. The effect of oral creatine
supplementation on running performance during maximal short term exercise in man. J.
Physiol. 467: 74,