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Creatine HCL
pH Balanced Creatine!

Creatine HCL
pH Balanced Creatine!
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What is Creatine HCL?

Creatine hydrochloride (HCL) is made by attaching a hydrochloride (HCL) group to creatine to enhance its stability. Creatine Monohydrate has a propensity to convert to an inert form called Creatinine that totally useless to your body and working muscles. Creatinine is also one of the function doctors use to measure the normal function of your kidneys. Its this stability that is suppose to make the creatine more stable and therefore increase its deliverability to the working muscle cells.

Where does Creatine HCL come from?

Creatine hydrochloride (HCL) is made in a lab by attaching hydrochloride to creatine crystal durng the manufacturing process.

Who needs it and what are some symptoms of deficiency?

Since Creatine is not a required nutrient there are no primal needs and is only use as a supplemental food product. Bodybuilders and athletes can benefit from enhanced immune system function, increased muscle mass and functional strength that may be seen from creatine use. Seniors may benefit from creatine use because creatine can help to maintain muscle tissue and immune health.

How much should be taken? Are there side effects?

Strictly adhere to manufactures label directions.




"DID You Know"
Increases in total body water due to supplementing with creatine is short term and typically resolves a few weeks after the loading phase.

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