Creatamax Capsules

tickCreatine based product
tickStrength enhancer
tickAids recovery
tickMuscle Builder
tickBoosts energy
How does it work?
Creatine (creatine monohydrate) is used in muscle tissue for the production of phosphocreatine, an important factor in the formation of ATP, the source of energy for muscle contraction and many other functions in the body.Creatamax capsules were designed specifically for endurance athletes such as runners and cyclists who want a rapid way to improve their performance.

Four Creatamax capsules contain:
Creatine Monohydrate: 3,000 milligrams
L-Carnitine: 1,000 milligrams
Magnesium (as chelate): 200 milligrams
How does it work?
Creatine monohydrate
Until recently, most of the studies on Creatine had been conducted on strength and power athletes. However, exciting new research shows that Creatine can improve performance in endurance athletes - especially runners [1]. Scientists at Belgium's Katholieke University showed that Creatine improves performance by 9%, even during exercise lasting more than 2 hours.Recent tests have highlighted the fact that many popular brands of Creatine contain large amounts of impurities, specifically Creatinine, Dicyandiamide, and Dihydrotriazine. This is due to the use of cheap, industrial-grade raw materials used in the manufacturing of Creatine. In small amounts, these substances pose no safety risk. However, recent tests from University College Chichester have revealed that many well-known brands of Creatine supplements contain large amounts of these contaminants. Routine tests show that Creatamax Capsules is free of these impurities.

Magnesium chelate
Because it contains a creatine-magnesium chelate, the creatine in Creatamax Capsules can be protected from the harsh acidic environment of the stomach.When minerals such as magnesium become surrounded by and bonded to amino acids, in a stable form, this is referred to as chelation. Chelation is a natural means for the body to transport minerals across the intestinal wall as part of digestion. Experts believe that the creatine-magnesium chelate in Creatamax Capsules aids the absorption of creatine and decreases stomach discomfort. Some initial research shows it is better absorbed and tolerated than traditional creatine monohydrate. It also mixes well in water.

L-Carnitine
Research shows that Carnitine actually reduces muscle damage and soreness following exercise [4]. A trial published in the American Journal of Physiology shows that muscle "disruption" several days after exercise was reduced by almost 50% when Carnitine was used [6]. Several other markers of muscle damage were also reduced, with the researchers concluding that Carnitine results in "... less accumulation of markers of purine degradation, free radical formation, tissue damage, and muscle soreness." Studies also show that Carnitine lets you exercise harder for longer by altering the fuel your body uses for energy. When you exercise, your body gets its energy from two main sources - carbohydrate and fat. Because it helps you tap into your fat stores far more quickly, Carnitine reduces fatigue, especially during bouts of exercise lasting 60 minutes or longer [2].
How do I use it?
Take 4 capsules daily. Take 2 in the morning and 2 at lunch time. Always take with fruit juice, preferably orange or grape fruit, (or a carbohydrate drink) as the simple sugars in the drink help absorption.
What results can I expect?
Users report an increase in power and sprint speed in the middle and towards the end of a race, less fatigue and a more rapid rate of recovery between training sessions. The benefits of Creatamax Capsules on performance usually become apparent after 5-7 days of use.

1.. Mujika, I., Padilla, S., Ibanez, J., Izquierdo, M., & Gorostiaga, E. (2000). Creatine supplementation and sprint performance in soccer players. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 32(2), 518-525
2. Gorostriaga, E.M., Maurer, C.A., Eclache, J.P. (1989). Decrease in respiratory quotient during exercise following L-carnitine supplementation. International Journal of Sports Medicine, 10, 169-174
3. Khan, L., & Bramji, M.S. (1979). Tissue carnitine deficiency due to dietary lysine deficiency: triglyceride accumulation, concomitant impairment in fatty acid oxidation. Journal of Nutrition, 109, 24-31
4. Giamberardino, M.A., Dragani, L., Valente, R., Di Lisa, F., Saggini, R., & Vecchiet, L. (1996). Effects of prolonged L-carnitine administration on delayed muscle pain and CK release after eccentric effort. International Journal of Sports Medicine, 17, 320-324 -

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