Creatine is a molecule that is produced in the body from amino acids. It's primarily made in the liver and (to a lesser extent) in the kidneys and pancreas. Creatine stores high-energy phosphate groups in the form of phosphocreatine. These phosphate groups are donated to ADP to regenerate it to ATP, the primary energy carrier in the body.This role in energy production is particularly relevant under conditions of high energy demand, such as intense physical or mental activity.
- Supporting gains in muscle size, strength, and power
- Helping you develop lean muscle mass
- Assisting with energy production