Rich and his team came up with the most creative creatine supplement to date, Crea-Ten , which included 10 effective forms of creatine and a creatine acceleration blend to get it where you need it to go, into muscle tissue to generate more ATP. Creatine is the most researched sports supplement to date and has been shown to improve muscle power, weight gain, lean mass gains, reduce fatigue, improved hydration, improved overall well-being, and increased brain function. Creatine is regularly missing in vegetarian and vegan diets, causing diminished performance, virility, mood, and cognitive function.
The amount of creatine you require depends on two things: your size and your diet. The average male generally releases about 2g of creatine per day, and women lose a bit less each day. Just taking 2g of creatine per day may not get you to saturation or into athletic performance potential, which is why 3 to 5g of creatine per day has become the dosage that covers nearly any diameter in athlete size.
Let’s dive deeper into the ingredients: