Problem With Traditional Creatine

We've all been there with creatine powder — the clumpy shakes, the gritty taste that just won't mix, the trail of powder on the counter (and somehow always on our clothes).

Not to mention the infamous bloat that can turn a good day at the gym sour. It’s the little things that can be a real workout buzzkill.

The Science Explained

Creatine supercharges muscle cells by enhancing ATP (the primary energy currency of the cell) production.

During exercise, you use up ATP, and creatine helps refill it quickly, letting you work out harder and longer.

Scientific Evidence 🔬

This review investigates the effects of creatine on muscle growth across various populations, highlighting its effectiveness particularly in young, healthy, trained individuals​ (MDPI)

Reviews how creatine supplementation can improve memory and cognitive functions, particularly in elderly individuals​ (Oxford Academic)​​ (Psychology Today)​

Details how creatine supplementation may benefit heart health, particularly in conditions like heart failure and ischemia, and possibly help in mitigating cardiac toxicity during chemotherapy​ (MDPI)

Investigates how the timing of creatine supplementation affects body composition and resistance training adaptations, providing insights into optimal usage strategies​ (Frontiers).

Examines the accuracy and regulatory compliance of health claims made about creatine in the marketing and labeling of sports supplements​ (Cambridge University Press & Assessment)​.

Offers a critical review on the superior efficacy and safety of creatine monohydrate compared to other forms, reinforcing its status as the preferred choice for supplementation​ (MDPI)​.

Summarises extensive research on creatine’s safety and efficacy, particularly its potential benefits in preventing or mitigating the effects of mild traumatic brain injuries​ (GSSI Website)​.

Focuses on the specific effects and benefits of creatine supplementation in women, noting its effectiveness and low risk-to-benefit ratio​ (Psychology Today)​.