Top 5 Facts You Should about CREATINE


January 16, 2020


Natural Substance in Muscle Cells

Creatine is found naturally in muscle cells, where it helps muscles produce energy during high-intensity exercise¹.


Enhances Exercise Performance

It's well-known for improving strength and exercise performance, as it increases phosphocreatine stores in your muscles, allowing for the production of more ATP, the key energy source¹².

Brain Health


Beyond muscle benefits, creatine may also improve brain function and help lower blood sugar levels, although more research is needed in these areas¹.

Food Sources

About half of your body's creatine stores come from food, especially red meat and seafood, while the rest is synthesized in your liver and kidneys from amino acids¹.