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About Creatine Supplements

Creatine supplements are a superb way to naturally support strength and power. This supplement supercharges an oxygen-independent energy pathway called phosphocreatine, supporting ATP synthesis.


What is Creatine?

Creatine is composed of the three amino acids arginine, methionine and glycine, making it a small protein molecule (tripeptide). Most people consume about 1-2 grams of creatine per day through foods like meat and fish, while our body naturally synthesizes about 1 gram per day as well.


Creatine is synthesized in the kidneys and the liver. About 95% of it is stored in skeletal muscle tissue, with the entire human body storing around 120-140 grams. Creatine monohydrate, the most clinically tested and common form of creatine, dissolves well in water and has a neutral pH of 7.0.


What Does Creatine Do?

Creatine enhance energy regeneration, reducing recovery time between sets as well as post-workout muscle recovery. Creatine boosts explosive strength and power due to increased energy availability. Creatine is well known for its ability to draw water into the muscle cell, creating an anabolic state for lean muscle growth.


A meta-analysis published in 2017 in Sports Medicine suggested that creatine supplementation is beneficial for exercises lasting up to 3 minutes. Supplementation is more beneficial the shorter the duration of the workload, making this nutrient suited to exercises like sprinting and powerlifting. This is because the phosphocreatine energy system is depleted quickly, and the longer we train for, the more reliance we have on oxygen-dependent energy systems, including glycolysis and beta-oxidation, which utilise glucose and fats, respectively.


Some creatine formulas are designed to quickly increase muscle size. These are often loaded with high-glycemic index carbohydrates to trigger insulin release, which is an anabolic hormone. This drives creatine, amino acids and glucose into the muscle more effectively. Some formulations are blended with metabolic enhancers specific for women


Finding the best product to take for your goals can often be a challenge, as there are many different types of Creatine supplements available, such as monohydrate, nitrate and ethyl ester. Often, creatine is joined to another molecule that offers a separate set of  benefits. For instance, the 'nitrate' in creatine nitrate supports the production of nitric oxide. Nitric oxide increases blood flow to muscle tissue by causing vasodilation. This may boost performance and enhance the muscle pump experienced after weight lifting.


However, one of the best creatines available is pure micronised creatine monohydrate. This form has the most scientific research to support its use. It has literally been tried and tested for decades. Fortunately, it is one of the most inexpensive powders.


Monohydrate is a food technology term that simply refers to the tiny amount of water found in the powder. "Mono" indicates 1 molecule of hydrade or water, which is next to nothing in practical terms. Creatine Monohydrate is essentially the same as a pure Creatine powder.


Research suggests that Creatine supplementation may boost intelligence and working memory, and elevate mood in unipolar depression (not in manic depression). If you're looking for ways to enhance performance, improve muscle size fast or support recovery,  creatine supplements  are a leading sports nutrition supplement, and one of the few natural ergogenic aids supported by the scientific community of researchers and physicians.


Further References

Cooper R et al. Creatine supplementation with specific view to exercise/sports performance: an update. Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition. 2012 Vol 9;33

Persky A and Brazeau G. Clinical pharmacology of the dietary supplement creatine monohydrate. Pharmacology Reviews. 2001 Vol 53 p.161-176


Spillane M et al. The effects of creatine ethyl ester supplementation combined with heavy resistance training on body composition, muscle performance, and serum and muscle creatine levels. Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition. 2009


Rae C et al. Oral creatine monohydrate supplementation improves brain performance: a double-blind, placebo-controlled, cross-over trial. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 2003 Vol 270;1529 p.2147-2150


Roitman S et l. Creatine monohydrate in resistant depression: a preliminary study. Bipolar Disorders. 2007 Vol 9;7 p.754-758


Jager R et al. Analysis of the efficacy, safety, and regulatory status of novel forms of creatine. Amino Acids. 2011 Vol 40;5 p.1369-1383