Creatine could easily be the most popular, well studied, and effective supplement for increasing strength, muscle mass, and overall athletic performance. Creatine supplementation promotes a faster regeneration of your body’s energy for muscle contractions by replenishing your body’s natural adenosine triphosphate (ATP) [1]. Creatine has been proven safe in both the short and long term as well as an ethical means of improving sport performance during training and competition [2]. Signature Di-Creatine Malate is a newer version of creatine combining it with malic acid which can help increase absorption and decrease water retention.

Signature Di-creatine Malate

In an average omnivore diet, a person will consume approximately one gram of creatine per day resulting in a muscle saturation of 60-80%. With creatine supplementation, a person can increase saturation by 20-40% [3]. A study has shown that supplementation with Di-creatine malate significantly increased anaerobic performance and elevated growth hormone in the athletes [4].

Although creatine malate is still relatively new, Creatine has consistently proven by clinical research to be a safe and effective nutritional supplement for ergogenic benefits such as increasing high-intensity exercise capacity and lean body mass during training [5].



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