|Appearance||White Crystalline Powder|
|Solubility||Slightly soluble in water||Qualified|
|Loss On Drying||≤12.0%||11.70%|
|Residue On Ignition||≤0.1%||0.02%|
|Particle size||70% through 200 mesh||75%|
|Total Bacterial Count||≤100cfu/g||<50cfu/g|
Creatine in the human body is formed from amino acids during chemical processes in the liver and then sent from the blood to muscle cells where it is converted into creatine. The movement of human muscles relies on the breakdown of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) to provide energy. Creatine can automatically regulate the water entering the muscle, so that the muscle cross-sectional muscle expansion, thereby increasing the explosive power of the muscle.
Creatine is a natural compound made from the amino acids l-arginine, glycine, and methionine.Creatine monohydrate is a creatine with one molecule of water connected to it. Our bodies can produce creatine, however they also can take in and store creatine found in diverse meals like meat, eggs, and fish.
Creatine monohydrate is involved in rapid ATP production primarily in skeletal muscle tissue via the action of creatine kinase(s). It may be used as a supplement to study its uptake mechanism and metabolism of action. It is used in the treatment of neuromuscular diseases.
Creatine supplementation is used for the enhancement of sports performance, primarily by increasing muscle mass. Creatine is also being investigated as a treatment of neuromuscular diseases, where it may aid in neuroprotection and by improving the cellular bioenergetic state.