Kevin Levrone Gold Creatine - 300 g * Deal of the Month!
Kevin Levrone Gold Creatine - 300 g
Kevin Levrone Gold Creatine is a premium creatine monohydrate supplement designed to support muscle strength, power, and athletic performance. Each container provides 300 grams of high-quality creatine powder, offering a convenient and effective way to supplement your daily creatine intake.
What is Creatine?
It’s not only safe but also one of the world’s most popular and effective supplements for building muscle and strength!
Creatine Monohydrate is a naturally occurring metabolite found in red muscle tissue. Creatine acts as a powerful ergonomic aid playing an essential role in the energizing of muscle tissue and enhancing athletic performance.
Creatine has been proven to help increase torque (strength), improve endurance capacity, delay fatigue and help spare muscle fibers for increased strength and size gains.
Creatine monohydrate improves your muscles performance during high intensity activities such as weight training, running and any other aerobic or anaerobic exercise.
This supplement is typically consumed as a pre- or post-workout shake to support muscle recovery and maximize creatine uptake.
Benefits of taking Creatine:
- Helps muscle cells produce more energy
- Supports the growth of muscle mass
- Improves high-intensity exercise performance
- Accelerates recovery
- ATP Activator
- Has an inhibitory effect on myostatin
- May reduce fatigue and tiredness
- Can improve brain function
Creatine Monohydrate is manufactured using only the most advanced techniques and conforms to the strict International Molecular Formula.
Our Creatine supplies 100% pure Creatine Monohydrate, derived from animal free sources. Each batch of Creatine is analyzed as being 100% pure.
How to take creatine monohydrate?
Creatine can be taken in various ways. Currently, the most well-known is solid supplementation. It is established that people who train need creatine all year round, so a dose of 3-5 grams per day is recommended. In this amount, we can consider creatine as a supplement to an athlete's diet.
Another way is cyclic dosing. Then we supplement creatine in the amount of 10 grams on training days and about 5 grams on non-training days. The cycle time averages 14-16 weeks. This is the method used by people who experience a fair amount of weight change during the cycle, or catch water easily.
There is also use with the so-called saturation phase. This is a good way of dosing in people who, for example, found out that in 3-4 weeks they have a competition, for example, barbell bench press. The loading phase is then about 20-25 grams of creatine for 5 days, and then we use only 5 grams per day for maintenance. This method is designed to quickly saturate our muscles with creatine so that it can work faster and allow us to prepare for competitions.
Creatine is suitable for both professional athletes and fitness enthusiasts looking to optimize their performance and maximize their gains. By elevating your creatine levels, Creatine supports greater strength gains, promotes muscle growth, and helps you push through intense workouts.
It is important to note that individual creatine needs may vary, and it is advisable to consult with a healthcare professional or a certified sports nutritionist to determine the appropriate dosage for your specific goals and circumstances.
What is Vitamin B6 and what does it do?
Vitamin B6, also known as pyridoxine, is one of eight B vitamins that your body needs to stay healthy.
Vitamin B6 contributes to the normal function of the immune system and also contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue
Better circulation. Homocysteine is one of 21 amino acids in your body. High levels of homocysteine in your bloodstream can lead to heart problems. Vitamin B6 helps maintain a normal amount of this amino acid in your blood.
A stronger immune system. Vitamin B6 helps chemical reactions in the immune system, helping it work better. Eating foods rich in vitamin B6 will help your body guard against infection. Studies conducted with older adults have linked low levels of vitamin B6 with poor immune response.
Less morning sickness. Studies have found that taking vitamin B6 may help ease nausea during pregnancy, though it doesn’t help with vomiting.
Better mood. Your body needs vitamin B6 to make serotonin, a hormone that elevates your mood. Some studies have shown that not having enough vitamin B6 in your diet can contribute to depression
Serving Size: 1 Scoop (5 g)
Servings Per Container: 60
Amount Per Serving:
Creatine monohydrate 5 g
of which creatine 4,4 g
Vitamin B6 1,4 mg (100%)***
Creatine monohydrate, vitamin B6 (pyridoxine hydrochloride).
Mix ~1 scoop of powder (4,5 g) with 250 ml of water. Drink 1-2 serving daily before and/or after training.