The creatine complex is a combination of several forms of creatine, in quantity and quality depending on the manufacturer. The primary role of creatine is to renew and maintain the level of adenosine triphosphate (ATP), which is an energy carrier. Creatine supplementation causes hydration of muscle cells and increases the supply of glycogen. Creatine, thanks to the anabolic potential (accelerates protein synthesis) and thanks to an anti-catabolic action, inhibits the activity of protein-degrading enzymes. It also is ergogenic.
The most commonly used are creatine complexes: creatine citrate, creatine ethyl ester, magnesium creatine chelate, creatine malate, Kre-Alkalyn creatine monohydrate, creatine orotate and orotynian and other forms of creatine. The use of creatine complexes results from the belief that mixing some of its forms, gives better results than using mono-preparation supplements of creatine.
Complexes in creatine supplementation are part of: creatine stacks enriched with arginine (arginine matrices), taurine, ALA, d-pinitol and sets the type of amino acids BCAA. Due to the multiple potential, widely used in sports supplementation. Available at: www.muscle-zone.pl
Dosage: depending on the needs and training the body.