Klean Creatine

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Klean Creatine

26.00

Pharmaceutical-Grade

Per Bottle: 315g – 60 servings

Contains NO yeast, wheat, gluten, soy, milk/dairy, sodium, corn, sugar, starch, artificial coloring, artificial preservatives, artificial flavoring, or genetically modified organisms (GMOs)

Supports power, strength, muscle recovery & endurance, reduced muscle fatigue, mental performance, energy production, increased testosterone and decreased cortisol

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If your sport requires you to go “all out” for short bursts, creatine can help you reach your strength and power objectives. A vital energy carrier, creatine ensures ATP availability during high-intensity, intermittent bouts of anaerobic or dynamic exercise.* And between workouts and on rest days, creatine helps muscles synthesize new protein, facilitating gains in muscle strength, power and size.* Klean Creatine provides 5g of clinically researched Creapure® creatine monohydrate.

Klean Creatine is tested and certified by the NSF Certified for Sport® program, which was created to meet the growing demands of athletes, coaches and healthcare professionals to certify that sports supplements are safe and completely free from banned substances. Every product that carries the NSF Certified for Sport® mark has undergone stringent laboratory testing to confirm content, purity and compliance.

FUNCTIONS

Amino acids have many functions in the body. They are the building blocks for all body proteins—structural proteins that build muscle, connective tissues, bones and other structures, and functional proteins in the form of thousands of metabolically active enzymes. Amino acids provide the body with the nitrogen that is essential for growth and maintenance of all tissues and structures.

Aside from these general functions, individual amino acids also have specific functions in many aspects of human physiology and biochemistry. Amino acids serve as precursors for many nitrogenous substances. These include heme, purines, pyrimidines, hormones, and neuro-transmitters, including biologically active peptides. In addition, many proteins contain amino acids that have been modified for a specific function, e.g., calcium binding or collagen cross-linking

Creatine is an amino acid produced in the body from arginine, methionine and glycine. It can play important roles in supporting healthy energy production and muscle structure and performance.  Creatine increases testosterone and decreases the stress hormone cortisol, boosts power, strength and mental performance.