What is Creatine
Creatine monohydrate is known as a physiological sports ergogenic and also a nutritional sports ergogenic. Creatine can be found in small amounts in animal foods and can also be produced in the liver and kidneys from amino acids (arginine, glycine, and methionine). However, much of the creatine that is found in food is destroyed when cooking. Creatine is a substance that is naturally found in our bodies. Over 90% of the creatine in the human body is found in muscle. Creatine monohydrate is the most cost-effective dietary supplement in terms of muscle mass and strength gains. Creatine can help support protein synthesis, which helps muscles grow. Creatine supplementation has been studied for over 80 years—broad use of this substance has only gained popularity in the past decade.
What Creatine does
Creatine is used to increase physical power and mechanical edge. It is also used to increase high power and speed in sporting events that use energy primarily from the ATP-CP energy system. Creatine can help burn fat and increase muscle mass. It also claims to increase strength in the elderly, in people with muscle disease, and in people suffering from heart disease.
When to take it and how much
Before your workout – 5grams
After your workout – 5grams
If you dont drink enough water there might be some problems like having diarrhea, muscle cramps and dizziness are some of the negative effects. Drink at least 1 gallon of water a day when you take creatine