Creatine is a non-essential amino acid
Creatine is a non-essential amino acid. It’s produced by our bodies in limited amounts and converted to phosphocreatine and stored in our muscles. Creatine is also found in the diet, the best sources are lean beef and chicken.The phosphocreatine stored in our muscles is used for energy. It’s converted to ATP (a major source of energy) during High Intensity, Short Duration activities like weightlifting. Many athletes supplement their diet with creatine to make sure their muscles are full at all times for maximum energy release. The supplement creatine monohydrate is probably the most studied supplement of all time, information can be found throughout the web. Most studies show that it does work and has relatively few side effects.
A solid workout creatine monohydrate plan plus creatine and a nutritional plan is a great start to getting the results you desire. Always consult a professional before undertaking a supplement cycle or heavy exercise program.