Creatine 101

May 28, 2019 2 min read

Creatine is a naturally occurring chemical in every human being. It is stored in muscle cells and a small amount is stored in your brain and kidneys. Creatine is one of the most studied and tested supplements in the world. It's role is to help produce ATP in the muscle cells- ATP is energy used by the muscle. By taking creatine13, you can increase your body's ATP production. A higher ATP production in your muscle cells, fibers, and muscle bellies- you will increase your muscle strength, muscle endurance, etc. More strength = larger muscle cells = more gains. 
Some common FAQs of creatine:
When should I take it? 
There is no "best" time, you just need to take it consistently 
Does this replace PRE?
This not a pre workout but it can be combined with PRE
Will yours dissolve?
Yes it dissolves in water or added PRE
Will it aid in weight loss?
More muscle mass = more calories burned = weight loss. It will not create a calorie deficit in your body but if you are in a calorie deficit, adding creatine13 will not cause weight gain
Will it cause me to hold water?
Creatine13 helps pull water into your muscle which can give a puffy appearance. It is highly recommended to drink a gallon of water a day, especially when using creatine. If your body becomes dehydrated- one of the first lines of defense is to store excess water in your face- giving you a puffy look and feel. Again, this is easily avoided by drinking enough water throughout the day 
Can women take this product?
Men and women will both see amazing results from supplementing with creatine13 if you are weight training 

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