Nahrungsergänzungsmittel CREATINE MAGNA POWER MEGA CAPS
CREATINE MAGNA POWER® Dietary food in capsules containing magnesium creatine chelate.
A preparation enriching the diet with creatine and magnesium, in the form of a patented magnesium creatine chelate CREATINE MAGNA POWER®
Consumption of creatine contributes to the increase of physical capacity during short, repetitive high-intensity exercises (from a dosage of 3 g per day).
Creatine is the most effective – alongside arginine – anabolic agent on the market. This fact has been confirmed by both numerous scientific studies and years of use in sport. However, full utilisation of creatine as a supplement stimulating the growth of strength and mass is limited by lactamation where the majority of ingested creatine is converted into inactive creatinine. During this reaction, the amine group of creatine is bound with its acid group which results in the closing of the molecule, production of creatinine and the loss of anabolic activity. This reaction is accelerated by the high acidity of the ready-to-consume creatine solutions, as well as of the upper section of the digestive system.
Ingredients: 85,3% CREATINE MAGNA POWER® magnesium creatine chelate, bulking agent – microcrystalline cellulose; anti-caking agent – magnesium salts of fatty acids; capsule (gelatine, colour: E 171).
|Nutrition declaration||2 capsules||4 capsules||6 capsules||per 100 g|
|Energy||8 kcal/ 34 kJ||16 kcal/ 69 kJ||24 kcal/ 103 kJ||315 kcal/ 1325 kJ|
of which saturates
|< 0,5 g
< 0,1 g
|< 0,5 g
< 0,1 g
|< 0,5 g
of which sugars
|Protein||0 g||0 g||0 g||0 g|
|Salt||< 0,01 g||0,01 g||0,02 g||0,25 g|
|CREATINE MAGNA POWER™ magnesium creatine chelate, incl.:||2200 mg||4400 mg||6600 mg||85,3 g|
|Magnesium||176 mg (47%*)||352 mg (94%*)||528 mg (141%*)||6,8 g (1813%*)|
*NRVs - nutrient reference values
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