Is Kre-Alkalyn safe and does it really produce results?
In short…Yes! Kre-Alkalyn (known as pH-Correct® Creatine Monohydrate) is a safe supplement for normal, healthy people to take.
In fact, here’s a long-term study that shows how subjects who supplemented with creatine monohydrate for 4 straight years did not experience any side-effects or adverse reactions.
Creatine is a natural amino acid within the bodies of nearly all vertebrates. It is a primary component of skeletal muscle metabolism.
Furthermore, it has more research backing it than any other bodybuilding supplement out there. And with good reason too!
How Creatine Works
Creatine increases Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP) molecules inside of muscle cells. This action enhances message sending and energy production in cells throughout the entire body. This is why researchers believe creatine is responsible for a wide range of benefits involving the nervous system, endocrine system, and muscular system.
There is literally a plethora of human studies, over 200 and counting, that demonstrate how creatine supplementation enhances strength, lean mass gains, cellular hydration, and may also help reduce muscle fatigue.
By the way. Since creatine supplementation promotes cellular hydration and allows your cells to utilize water more effectively, it can be a good idea to keep your body well hydrated while you’re supplementing with creatine.
As for Kre-Alkalyn, it was developed by All American Pharmaceutical Scientist, Dr. Jeff Golini. Jeff mastered a unique process where he pH adjusted creatine to accommodate the pH of the human body.
The end result was Kre-Alkalyn, the most stable form of creatine known to mankind due to its patented pH level.
The chart below spells it out pretty clearly with regards to pH levels and creatine. It’s not hard to see why this specific form of creatine monohydrate is so unique thanks to it being pH-Correct® at a pH of 12.
Since Kre-Alkalyn is so stable, I’ve found that most people typically don’t need to take as much to obtain the benefits associated with creatine supplementation.
For example, I’ve personally experienced very noticeable benefits taking less than 2 grams per day.
So, there you have it, Kelly. I wish you all the best with your fitness goals!
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