CREATINE

labelled creatine monohydrate creapure®

  • The purest Creatine on the market
  • Improving your physical performance
  • Improved cognitive skills
  • Delicious taste! (With Flavour)

Creapure (creatine monohydrate)

Creapure (creatine monohydrate); maltodextrin; acidity regulator: citric acid; sweeteners: acesulfame-K, sucralose; natural flavour ; aroma - orange (stabiliser: gum arabic), antioxidants: ascorbic acid, butylhydroxyanisole (BHA); colouring: beta-carotene (antioxidants: ascorbyl palmitate, alpha-tocopherol).

Take 1 dose a day, diluted in 200 ml of water.

Pure a 100%

Superior quality

Checked at each batch

World reference

The most studied sports supplement in the world

 

WHY CHOOSE DIX CRÉATINE?

As with all our products, we select raw materials of impeccable quality. Our Creapure-certified creatine provides 3.41g of creatine monohydrate per serving. A perfect choice for athletes seeking creatine of the highest quality. What's more, the flavours are perfectly dosed to give you a delicious-tasting creatine for less than 4 calories per portion.

WHY CREAPURE?

According to a study that compared creatines from all over the world, Creatine (Creapure) is the purest creatine on the market. Made in Germany in a pharmaceutical laboratory, it undergoes numerous tests throughout the manufacturing process to guarantee optimum quality.

CREATINE YES, BUT MONOHYDRATE!

Creatine monohydrate is one of the most studied and safest forms of creatine. It has been widely used for decades by athletes and bodybuilders, and numerous scientific studies support its efficacy and safety. So don't worry, the only thing waiting for you is muscle gain!

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS?

 

Improved physical performance, Increased muscle mass, Accelerated muscle recovery, Improved cognitive capacity, Neuroprotective effect, Improved anaerobic performance.

HOW DOES CREATINE WORK?

Creatine works primarily through its effects on energy metabolism. Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) is a molecule that transports energy within cells and is the main source of fuel for high-intensity exercise. When cells use ATP as an energy source, the molecule is converted into adenosine diphosphate (ADP) and adenosine monophosphate (AMP). Creatine exists in cells in the form of creatine phosphate (or phosphocreatine), which gives up a high-energy phosphate group to ADP, converting this molecule into ATP.

By increasing the overall pool of cellular phosphocreatine, creatine supplementation can accelerate the recycling of ADP into ATP, rapidly replenishing cellular energy reserves. This increased availability of energy can lead to improvements in strength and power.

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