January 9, 2013
The proprietary product contains creatine chelated with magnesium, both well-known muscle nutrients. The combination facilitates vital ATP production and oxygen delivery to working muscles, and is backed by scientific research and clinical trials.
Surveys performed on creatine use in athletes indicate that is used by more than 40% of National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) athletes. Research shows regular use of creatine supplements in aging adults can greatly reduce muscle loss due to sarcopenia.
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