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Key Features


  • increase athletic performance in activities that require quick bursts of energy, ex.) sprinting
  • faster athletic recovery time after quick bursts of energy
  • beneficial for neuromuscular disorders
  • can cause modest increases in strength in people with a variety of neuromuscular disorders
  • may improve muscle strength by bolstering the muscles’ energy stores.



Creatine monohydrate (minimum purity 99.5%).

Suggested Use

Serving size: 1 full teaspoon (approximately 5 g) mixed in 150 ml of water or juice.
Adults: At loading phase, take 15–20 g/day, not exceeding 5 g per dose. At maintenance phase, take 2–5 g/day. Take separately from products containing caffeine. Add powder to water or juice.

    Athletes generally take a “loading dose” of 20 g of creatine a day for five or six days, then continue with a “maintenance dose” of 2–5 g of creatine a day thereafter. The pilot trial reported in the March 1999 issue of Neurology showed benefits from a 10 g “loading dose” for five days, followed by a 5 g “maintenance dose” for five to six days.



Because there is little information about the safety of creatine for people with neuromuscular disorders, we suggest that you consult your health-care practitioner before taking this supplement.

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