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Creatine ✅

Creatine is one of the most scientifically studied supplements of all time. Its benefits and risks are scientifically proven, making it one of the safer supplements on the market. It’s an amino acid that assists the body in muscle building. About half of it comes from our diets, and the other half is produced naturally in our bodies. Creatine is an endogenous amino acid derivative produced by vertebrate animals and occurring primarily in muscle cells. Basically it's an acid that your body can produce, by way of your kidneys and liver, after you eat protein. Animal proteins, particularly red meat and fish, contain creatine naturally, but you'd need to eat almost inhuman amounts of each to hit the level available in most creatine supplements. Creatine increases the body’s ability to produce energy rapidly. Creatine exists naturally in your body and helps fuel your muscles, which is why some people take it as a supplement to boost their performance in the gym. It's recommended to get 3 to 5 grams of creatine per day. Typically, one scope of creatine powder is enough to cover this amount. It is recommended to take the creatine post exercise.

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