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Creatine - Made in Germany
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Creapure®

Creapure® – the premium brand for creatine worldwide, made in Germany.

Creatine is a natural substance produced by the body. It plays a key role in transporting and storing energy in every cell. The adult human body contains 80g – 130g of creatine. Around 1 – 2% of this amount is broken down and eliminated from the body every day and has to be replaced. Some of it can be synthesized in various organs, and some is provided through food intake. Creatine is contained in relevant amounts in meat and fish only, but not in vegetables or dairy products.

Studies have shown that a daily intake of 3 g of creatine can increase physical performance where immediate bursts of energy are required and demand on the body at its maximum. That is why this health statement has also been permitted by the EU – something few other nutritional supplements used for sports purposes are allowed to state.

However, the important thing is not just how effective creatine is but how pure it is too. AlzChem has developed a very safe process for manufacturing an ultrapure product. The company has built its own production facility in Germany dedicated to this process and especially for creatine manufacture. This, plus regular internal and external quality controls along with ongoing scientific analysis, all helps to ensure that the quality of each production batch is the best possible.

AlzChem's creatine monohydrate is marketed under the Creapure® brand name to major producers of sport nutrition supplements around the world. The manufacturers that put the Creapure® logo on their packaging are showing that their product contains a premium-quality ingredient of trusted origin from Germany.

If you would like more information please refer to the product's own internet site at www.creapure.com.

Dr. Jürgen Bezler

Dr. Jürgen Bezler

T +49 8621 86-3043
F +49 8621 86-503043
juergen.bezler@alzchem.com

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