Creatine exists in various modifications (tautomers) in solution. Creatine is found in vertebrates where it facilitates recycling of adenosine triphosphate (ATP), primarily in muscle and brain tissue. Recycling is achieved by converting adenosine diphosphate (ADP) back to ATP via donation of phosphate groups. Creatine also acts as a buffer.GET A QUOTE
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1.What is Creatine Mono?
Creatine monohydrate is an organic compound that helps facilitate recycling of ATP in muscle and brain tissue and is found in vertebrates. Creatine became available as a dietary supplement in 1993, and since then it has become one of the most widely studied supplements. Creatine is commonly taken by athletes and bodybuilders and has become a staple of workout supplements.
2.How Creatine Mono works?
Creatine is among the most well-researched and effective supplements. Unlike supplements that only affect advanced athletes, creatine benefits you regardless of your fitness level but is known by many to be the world’s most effective supplement for high-intensity sports. It can help with exercise performance by rapidly producing energy during intense activity. Creatine may also help with cognitive function and support the brain.
3.Benefits and Uses
Contribute to increased muscle mass
Promote weight gain
Help boost anaerobic strength
Support the brain and cognitive function
Improve muscle recovery time
Energy and endurance booster
May help with Parkinson’s disease