What is Creapure® (Creatine Monohydrate)? Made by AlzChem in Germany, Creapure® is widely known to be the purest and finest level of micronized Creatine Monohydrate available on the Sports Nutrition market. Produced via a rigorous testing process, Creapure® is completely free from impurities and by-products like CRN (Creatinine), DCD (dicyandiamide), DHT (Dihydrotriazine) and Thiourea*. As a result, Creapure® is 99.99% Creatine Monohydrate, one of the most researched forms of Creatine in the world, which has been proven to help performance in studies involving both elite and recreational individuals. Who is Creapure® Suitable for? Creapure® is suitable for anyone partaking in high-intensity exercise and looking to improve physical performance. Dietary sources of creatine include various meats and fish, which provide approximately 3-7 g per kg. However, consuming large quantities (kgs) of such foods may potentially increase both your dietary protein and fat intake to excessive values, which is why using Creapure® in powdered form is far more practical and effective. What are the Key Benefits? Creatine Monohydrate (Creapure®) has been shown in many scientific studies to enhance performance in successive bursts of short-term, high intensity exercise.* Available in 12 refreshing flavours that are easily mixed and lump-free. *This statement has not been approved by the FDA When should I consume Creapure®? We would recommend consuming 3-5g of Creapure® immediately pre or post work-out with a whey protein and carbohydrate blend to maximise its uptake by the muscle. Alternatively, it may be mixed with water, milk or juice and consumed immediately after mixing. New users of Creapure®are recommended to first follow a 5 day loading phase to reap its maximum benefits. Supplementing 5g (1 scoop) four times a day at regular intervals is recommended to saturate your muscles with creatine before commencing with the standard 3-5g a day recommended use. Please note that the labelling on this product is provided in English as a minimum. French, Italian, German, Spanish, Danish, Swedish and Finnish may also be present on a product by product basis.