Sports Supplement Creatine is a naturally occurring compound in muscle tissue and functions as an energy reservoir to maintain optimal levels of ATP production during intense exercise.
Creatine may be especially useful for those doing short-term, intense (anaerobic) exercise, such as weight lifting, football, basketball, swimming, skiing, and cycling.
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As a dietary supplement, take three tablets with fruit juice or other sweetened liquid, 4 times daily, before and after exercise, for the first seven days. Thereafter, for maintenance use, consume 3 tablets 1-3 times daily. Allow 3 to 4 hours between doses.
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