Creatine is a natural substance found in the human body. It is essential to life, and the average adult has 80 – 130 grams of creatine in his or her body.
Creatine plays a vital role in transporting energy within each of the body’s trillions of cells – in skeletal muscles, the heart, brain and other organs. As well as acting as an energy carrier, creatine almost certainly has other benefits that scientists do not yet fully understand. Many researchers believe creatine is important for the function of organs including the brain, and for general health. It also improves performance and aids recovery in both training and competition.
The purity of creatine is just as important as its effectiveness. The AlzChem Trostberg GmbH developed a very safe process for manufacturing an ultrapure product, in a purpose-bult production facility in Germany.
Creapure® is the most widely studied form of creatine and is proven to be safe and effective. When purchasing Creapure® Creatine, you can be assured that you are using one of the best and most reliable products on the market. Creapure® is also vegan.
Who is Eat Me Supplements Creatine made of Creapure® for?
Here are some groups of people who may benefit from Creatine made of Creapure®:
Athletes or bodybuilders? Creatine isn’t just for Bodybuilders and Fitness Athletes. It is the perfect supplement for all sports that require repeated bursts of maximum power – such as Soccer, Basketball, Football, Baseball, Hockey, Swimming, Track and Field, and many more. To consistently perform at your highest level, you need a sufficient amount of creatine in your body.
Older adults? As we age, we can also benefit from taking Creapure®. In combination with moderate resistance training, Creapure® helps to stop the age related loss of muscle mass, strength and improves mental activity.
Improving sleep and brain function? Did you know several scientific studies indicate that creatine has even more beneficial effects, which have been shown in the following categories: Brain function, sleep (better quality of sleep and decreased sleep demand), antioxidative property, bone health.
Vegetarian or Vegan? Vegetarians and Vegans show lower muscle creatine stores compared to people who eat meat.