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We are filling a gap in the market and setting new standards: taking the supplement in liquid form enables the body to utilize creatine monohydrate in a particularly rapid way without the need for the 'loading' phase. The daily requirement of the nutrient can be simply and easily administered using the enclosed dispenser. Taking small daily doses is also kind on the stomach.
Our product philosophy is based on the 'micro mineral system (MMS)', which makes it possible for us to produce stable liquid plant extracts with particularly good storage properties. Scientists have hitherto assumed that the stability of creatine monohydrate in liquid form leaves much to be desired, as it soon breaks down into creatinine - a product which has no benefits for the consumer.
Latest scientific discoveries made by the University of Groningen in the Netherlands and the company 'Arotop food creation' based in Mainz, Germany, have removed all remaining doubts concerning the stability of 'Dimaxx Muscle Creatine Plus'. Both instances have developed a validated process for examining creatine monohydrate, which should be of interest to every health-conscious consumer: in tests, the shelf-life of the product 'Muscle Creatine Plus' submitted by Dimaxx, proved to be between six months and one year depending on storage. At 3-5 percent, the decay of creatine monohydrate into creatinine was negligible. Further tests into a shelf-life of up to 2 years have been commissioned.
Creatine monohydrate also receives top grades from a nutritional point of view: at a time of intense discussion surrounding BSE and all substances of meat origin, our 100% vegetable, non-chemical product creatine monohydrate offers consumers the security they expect.
More Scientific Info:
The many benefits the user can expect from taking a creatine supplement have long been known: improved performance in sport, greater vitality and capacity for work in everyday life, and speedier recovery from health related problems. After the sprinter Linford Christie won an Olympic gold medal in 1992, the use of creatine supplements really became the subject of much discussion and research.
Creatine - or, to give it its chemical name, a-Methylguanidoacetic acid - is a naturally occurring endogenic substance which plays a major part in the metabolic process of the entire body and is just as vital for human existence as proteins, vitamins and minerals. The substance was discovered as long ago as 1832 as a component part of beef tea. Justus von Liebig demonstrated the presence of the energy carrier in 1847 in the tissue of various mammals.
The name 'creatine' is derived from the Greek word for meat (kreas). The substance is produced in the liver and also in the kidneys from the amino acids glycine, arginine and methionine, or it enters the organism via food, in particular through eating meat and fish.
The body of an adult weighing 70 kg can store between 100 and 120 grams of this form of energy in the heart, the brain and the skeletal muscles. With a mixed diet containing no creatine supplement, an average of one gram of creatine per day is ingested. On average, the body converts two grams of creatine a day, which it loses through elimination of the catabolic product creatinine. In the muscles, with the aid of the enzyme creatinekinase, creatine forms the energy-rich compound creatine phosphate by means of transphosphorylation. In this reaction catalyzed by creatinekinase, ATP is converted into ADP.
This chemical source of energy supplies the entire body. The skeleton, the muscles, the cell environment and the internal organs all require a continuous supply of creatine phosphate for ensure anabolism, maintenance of the body and proper functioning. Research has shown that the substance has outstanding properties as an energy buffer and in particular as an energy catalyst.
Function And Effect Of Creatine Phosphate
The human body transforms food by means of a large number of chemical processes into various substances, including adenosintriphosphate (ATP). If a large amount of creatine phosphate is stored in the muscle, it is able to perform well. The reason for this is that ATP is the universal fuel for muscles needed by all living organisms as a source of energy.
The ingestion of creatine provides muscles with an additional source of energy, and this produces a range of different effects. In articles written by Melchior (1996) and Br?mann (1998) both appearing in the sports magazine "Leistungssport", creatine is alleged to have a very wide range of effects, implying primarily and from a sports point of view speed, stamina and strength. Paul Greenhaff, of the Nutritional Committee of the British Olympic Association, also praises the positive effects of creatine for all endogenic biological processes requiring high energy consumption levels.
The results of latest research conclude that, in addition to athletes and peak performers in the world of sport, people who are required to perform under pressure in their work and in everyday life can increase their wellbeing by taking creatine. Studies into the muscle mass and strength-building properties of creatine point in the same direction, too: greater vitality and shorter convalescence times. It is precisely in the recovery stage that a boost can be given to the revitalization of muscle power. Creatine is also used to strengthen the body's immune system. Many people outside the field of high-performance sport who take creatine report its positive effects on the performance of the brain and memory and refer to a greater resistance to stress since they began supplementing their diet with creatine. Many of those taking part in trials with creatine are able to recover more rapidly and need less sleep.
Moreover, there is evidence of the successful application of creatine for increasing the stability of bone and cartilage mass. Series of tests show that bones and cartilage respond positively to the ingestion of creatine. With regard to bone fractures, to the regression of bone tissue and associated late symptoms, creatine is an important stabilizer which can retard the process of bone mass loss.
Dosage, Duration And Presentation Of Creatine Supplement
There are various prescriptions available as far as the presentation of creatine is concerned. The customer has a choice of powder, capsules and special liquid serum. However, everyone is of the opinion that creatine should be taken as part of a course of treatment. A course consists of a one-week 'priming phase' and a four to six-week 'continuation phase', followed by a 'rest phase' of at least two months so that the endogenic production of creatine is not inhibited. Experiments on animals have shown that chronic feeding of very high doses of creatine can reduce the autonomic synthesis of creatine in the body.
Powder form seems to have become most popular in practice. Nevertheless, there is still no shortage of continued specific customer requests for a more appropriate form which allows creatine to enter the bloodstream more quickly. Taking into account customers' changing requirements, great care was placed on the development of a liquid serum leading to significant increases in performance when taken in smaller, more efficient amounts. A further advantage is that ingestion of a smaller quantity places less strain on the digestion process, leaving more energy for the building of muscle in the body.
The creatine monohydrate (CrH2O) dosage normally taken as a supplement is 20 grams per day. This is taken in four portions of 5 grams each by mouth, as muscle is unable to absorb large amounts of creatine at any one time. The dosage is repeated over five to six days (the 'priming phase'). This application pattern is based on the research results of Harris (1992) and Hultman.
FDA: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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