Thermogenic pH-Correct® Creatine
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Here’s why Kre-Alkalyn® Hardcore is formulated to wiN!™
CAFFEINE ANHYDROUS, THEOBROMINE, THEOPHYLLINE
These methylxanthines are well known for their ability to support mental and physical performance, concentration and combat fatigue. They lower intracranial pressure and increase blood flow to the heart and in other peripheral tissues, which could be especially favorable during an intensive workout.
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This compound is regarded as an antioxidant that also provides health benefits such as weight loss and supporting healthy blood sugar levels already in normal range.* The active ingredient is a chemical called Chlorogenic Acid, which some believe helps reduce the size of fat cells in the body.*
This one particular constituent appears to have the potential to support your weight management efforts. To give you the finest product possible, we only use one of the most respected sources of pure Raspberry Ketones available today – Razberi-K®. When you see this logo on our label, you know it’s the best!*
The Kre-Alkalyn® EFX difference
it’s buffered. It’s stable. It works!
Kre-Alkalyn® EFX represent a major breakthrough in performance supplementation thanks to its multi-patented, ‘pH-Correct®‘ creatine stabilization technology. Our scientist discovered that “buffering” to pH-12 produced a stable creatine molecule. Kre-Alkalyn® EFX is the only creatine monohydrate product with a pH of 12 because its molecules are synthesized with ‘buffering’ agents using a patented manufacturing process.
From the lab to the gym!
Twenty-four elite athletes from the Bulgarian National Weightlifting Team† were selected to participate in a double-blind clinical study(1) comparing Kre-Alkalyn® to standard creatine monohydrate.
After 60 days, the Kre-Alkalyn® group (using 7.5 g per day) experienced an overall average strength increase of 28.25% above those in the unbuffered creatine monohydrate group!
† Elite athletes using 7.5 g of Kre-Alkalyn®. Individual results may vary. Referenced: (1) Stoychev K., Terziiski N. (2006). “Comparison of Kre-Alkalyn to Creatine…performance, & safety”.
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