TruCreatine+ Powder is our premium micronized creatine product, featuring Creapure® Creatine Monohydrate with elevATP®. This unflavored creatine mixes great with any of our fruit flavored products. Creapure® is known for its superior purity and TruCreatine+ is third-party tested. No need to be overly creative with creatine...keep it simple and pure.
BENEFITS OF CREATINE
Creatine is among the most well-researched & effective supplements. It can help with strength & exercise performance by rapidly producing cellular energy during intense activity.
On top of increasing strength and performance, creatine has the ability to reduce muscular fatigue. This in turn can further benefit performance by allowing longer, harder training in any type of physical training.
Having better workouts obviously results in better muscular development. But creatine also allows muscle to store more water, which is a positive thing for anyone looking for a more muscular appearance. Read more below about the misconceptions of creatine.
HOW CREATINE WORKS:
When muscles are being used, their main energy source in the body is known as ATP (adenosine triphosphate). When the ATP is used up, it turns into ADP (adenosine diphosphate), and can no longer be used for energy.
Creatine is naturally produced in the body from amino acids. It stores high-energy phosphate (P) groups and can turn the useless ADP back into ATP, the primary energy source for working muscles.
Creatine can be found in some foods and is most prevalent in meat and fish. But you can get a controllable serving of creatine every day with TruCreatine.
Some people are afraid to drink creatine because someone at their gym told them "it makes you bloated" or "it makes you hold water". This misconception started from an oversimplification of how creatine works.
Creatine does in fact make you retain more water, in your muscle tissue! This is exactly what anyone who is looking for a more muscular appearance wants. The misconception comes from people falsely assuming this water storage occurs in places like fat tissue, like traditional bloating, but this is not the case.
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