Creatine is transported in the blood to muscles (95% is located in skeletal muscle). Approximately half of the creatine stored in the body comes from food, mainly meat and fish.*
Athletes and fitness enthusiasts burn up these creatine stores with regular workouts. The body and diet alone cannot replenish the supply enough to meet the body’s demand for additional creatine. Supplementation is necessary to fill the void and help improve endurance, muscle recovery and strength. It will promote lean muscle and the reduction in muscle damage and soreness.*
There are many synthesized creatines (including creatine monohydrate) on the market but most have negative side effects such as cramping, water retention, bloating and diarrhea.* The most common form, monohydrate, requires a loading phase of 12-20 grams per day for two weeks followed by daily doses of 5-10 grams followed by a cycling off period.*
While most people believe more is better, with CON-CRĒT® less is better. Because of CON-CRĒT®’s purity and solubility , it digests more easily, resulting in greater absorption and uptake into the muscles. There is no need for heaping portions that typically sit in your gut and cause negative side effects. Micro Dosing™ based on body weight and workout intensity is the only way to go!*
CON-CRĒT® is the Future of Creatine.
Should clumping or hardening ever occur, simply shake the contents of the jar or stir the product with a spoon. Clumping or hardening will NOT affect the efficacy of the product. We strongly encourage you to always store your product in a cool, dry environment, away from direct sunlight and moisture of any kind.*
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