GAT Sport Creatine

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GAT SPORT CREATINE

GAT Sport Creatine Monohydrate promotes muscle torque, stamina & size! Many believe creatine is the top supplement for overall fitness performance.  Furthermore, Creatine Monohydrate is the most studied and proven form of creatine on the market. This product is micronized to enhance absorption and effectiveness.

 

What Is Creatine?

ATP is your body’s most basic form of energy. After intense exercise, your body becomes depleted of this energy source, which results in lessened athletic performance and fatigue. This is where creatine comes into play! Supplementing with creatine helps restore this lost ATP, helping you reach your strength and peak energy levels.

 

GAT SPORT CREATINE BENEFITS:
  • Enhances high-intensity performance

  • Clinically proven to increase muscle size and stamina

  • Anti-catabolic (burn fat, not muscle)

  • Boosts recovery, train longer and more often

  • ATP Activator to restore optimal energy levels

 

How To Take GAT Sport Creatine:

Take 1 serving (5 grams) daily. Mix each scoop with 4 oz of water and drink.

 

GAT Sport Creatine Supplement Facts

Serving Size: 1 Scoop (5 grams)

Servings Per Container: 60

Creatine Monohydrate 5g

100% Creatine. This product contains absolutely no carbohydrates, no fillers, no excipients, or any other added substances.

 

 

References:

Balestrino, Maurizio, and Enrico Adriano. “Beyond sports: Efficacy and safety of creatine supplementation in pathological or paraphysiological conditions of brain and muscle.” Medicinal research reviews vol. 39,6 (2019): 2427-2459. doi:10.1002/med.21590

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/31012130/

Rawson, Eric S, and Andrew C Venezia. “Use of creatine in the elderly and evidence for effects on cognitive function in young and old.” Amino acids vol. 40,5 (2011): 1349-62. doi:10.1007/s00726-011-0855-9

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/21394604/

Twycross-Lewis, R et al. “The effects of creatine supplementation on thermoregulation and physical (cognitive) performance: a review and future prospects.” Amino acids vol. 48,8 (2016): 1843-55. doi:10.1007/s00726-016-2237-9

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/27085634/