What you need to know

Increase in Strength and Power

Creatine is an excellent ally for increased strength, blast speed and endurance! Although produced naturally by the body, our body has few reserves of this amino acid compound. To optimize sporting and muscle-building results, several athletes and practitioners thus opt for supplementation with creatine.
With Creatine you can enjoy the benefits of creatine in explosive strength, muscle mass gain and recovery. With the assurance that you are taking the purest patented creatine on the market, Creapure®.

What are the benefits of Creatine?

– Improves performance during high intensity and short duration exercises;
– Enhances muscle mass gain;
– Helps in a speedy recovery.


Creatine monohydrate – Creapure®, Bulking agents (Microcrystalline cellulose, Dibasic-calcium phosphate), Anti-caking agent (magnesium stearate).


Creatina Creapure®

How to take it

3 tablets per day, for eight weeks, after training.

Do not exceed recommended daily intake.

Other information

Not recommended:

  • During pregnancy and lactation;
  • In case of allergy to any of the constituents;
  • In case of renal insufficiency.

Additional information

Weight 0.134 kg
Dimensions 6 × 6 × 11 cm
Tipo de produto

Creatine, Post-workout

Necessidades dietéticas

No fat, No sugar, No caffeine, No lactose, Vegetarian




Woman, Man


Combat Sports, Crossfit, Fitness, Motor sports, Radical Sports, Sprinting, Swimming, Team Sports, Water Sports


Energy, Muscle Mass/Strength, Weight Gain, Toning/Weight Loss


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