Permanent intake – creatine in low doses

We recommend using creatine continuously. The recommended daily dose is between 3 and 5 grams. Continuous...

Creatine monohydrate

If stored properly, creatine monohydrate powder is stable for years.  Proper storage means that it needs to be kept in a dry,...

Taking creatine and supplementation

Creatine supplementation has been proven to have positive effects on the body and physical performance. But...

Why take creatine supplements?

Creatine is a natural substance that the body also produces itself. Our body absorbs the amino acids glycine,...

Muscles need energy

About 90 percent of the body’s creatine deposits are stored in the skeletal muscle. All living cells need energy. More than any...

Water retention and weight gain 

If you take creatine to support an exercise program, a slight increase in weight can occur because of an increase...

Creatine in the body

The body of an average adult stores approximately 80–130 g of creatine. Creatine and its active form, creatine phosphate, play...

Creatinine level

Creatinine is a metabolite produced in the body from creatine and creatine phosphate. Creatinine is completely excreted via the...

Creatine as a dietary supplement

By using creatine as a dietary supplement (e.g., in the form of creatine monohydrate), the amount of creatine and...

How to take creatine to strengthen your body

Food supplements containing creatine supplementation has been shown to have positive effects on the...