On my off days, what is the best time of day to take my Kre Alkalyn? Thanks Chad!
Hi Ace. The time of day to take Kre Alkalyn on your off days is a matter of personal preference. There is no bad time to take it. But, I believe there are more optimal times to take it.
I personally like to take it first thing in the morning on an empty stomach, about an hour prior to eating breakfast. The reason being is that testosterone levels are elevated early in the morning upon awakening.
Research has taught us that creatine increases our testosterone levels. At the same time, it simultaneously converts into a more bio-available form of testosterone known as dihydrotestosterone. I feel it’s advantageous to boost this early-morning window of opportunity by taking Kre Alkalyn at this time.
I should also add that after you consume a meal, your testosterone levels plummet. For this reason, I always take Kre Alkalyn on an empty stomach for the same reasons I always train on an empty stomach.
I’m glad to know you’re privy to the benefits of taking Kre Alkalyn on your off-days. Many trainees make the mistake of believing it’s only beneficial to supplement with Kre Alkalyn on days they train. They tend to forget the human body is in a perpetual state of energy depletion and replenishment.
Kre Alkalyn does offer some immediate benefits in terms of optimizing hormones, providing energy, and promoting recovery. However, there are still many accumulative benefits that are more appreciable through consistent, long-term use.
Kre Alkalyn increases adenosine triphosphate (ATP), or energy molecules within cells. This mechanism enhances message signaling and energy production throughout the entire body.
For this reason, Kre Alkalyn offers a wide range of benefits in regards to the nervous system, endocrine system, and muscular system. As these subsystems within our bodies become more efficient, a greater spectrum of benefits will be realized.
In other words, you’re absolutely doing the right thing by taking Kre Alkalyn every day!
Keep up the great work my friend!
I wish you all the best of success with your health and training endeavors!
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