BodyFirst Micronised Creatine Monohydrate has been designed to up the performance bar of individuals. Creatine monohydrate is a well-studied and highly researched supplement that has shown to provide an array of benefits to exercising individuals. It is produced in the liver, kidneys and to a lesser extent in the pancreas at about 1 g per day. In the body, majority of the creatine is in two forms: 60% in the phosphorylated form and 40% in the free form.
When glycine, arginine and methionine come together along with the necessary enzymes, creatine is produced. When taken as a supplement, it goes inside the cell through a specific transporter and binds with phosphate to form creatine phosphate. When energy is required by a muscle for contraction during exercise, creatine phosphate donates the phosphate molecule to adenosine diphosphate to form adenosine triphosphate (the energy currency of the cell). Thus, the intake of this formulation has been associated with an increase in exercise performance, fat-free mass, strength, and power with all forms of exercise such as resistance training, high-intensity intermittent speed training as well as aerobic endurance performance.
About the brand: BodyFirst is part of Body&You, a science based sports nutrition, personal health and wellness group. BodyFirst ensures that every formulation is conceptualized and developed around providing maximum benefit to everyone with a par excellent team. Their policy is to sell only what they consume. They take great pride in the hours of work they have given to create a product with cutting-edge technology and an added advantage that makes it unique from every other product out there.
Every serving of their product is powered with a super dose of ProHydrolase, a scientifically studied enzyme complex that has shown to increase protein digestion and absorption as compared to having protein alone. This formulation makes more amino acids available for building muscles and recovery during the critical window before which it is excreted from the body.
Expiry Date: 15 March 2021