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Purple K - 100 % Stable and Buffered Creatine!
Fusion Bodybuilding PURPLE•K is a staple in the program of numerous hardcore bodybuilders because PURPLE K gives you the kind of strength gains required to move heavy iron. Your strength will go up every workout. In fact, other creatines just compete with PURPLE•K – they can't deliver the kind of dose your muscles need. PURPLE•K is “pH-correct,” this means there's no loading, water retention or excess bloating and your muscles absorb a full 100% of the dose.
Q. How exactly does PURPLE•K work?
PURPLE•K is pH correct and drives the ATP energy system by increasing amounts of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) and phosphocreatine.
When you work out, as ATP and PCr breaks down, acid builds up – this is called acidosis – and this can cause pH changes in the muscles which means the muscle will fail.
By increasing fuel to the muscles (ATP and PCr) PURPLE•K can cause real gains in strength, rep after rep, set after set. Also, by using its innovative pH-correct buffer, PURPLE•K blocks the buildup of acid and , correspondingly, muscle failure.
Q. Is it OK to drink alcohol while using PURPLE•K?
You can if you want but while alcohol doesn't interact with PURPLE•K, it can stop you from realizing your bodybuilding goals. Alcohol can negatively affect you as follows: It reduces your testosterone levels, causes your cortisol levels to go up, increases the chance of binge-eating, reduces vitamin and mineral absorption, reduces protein synthesis of the type II muscle fibers, can cause dehydration and sleep loss.
Q. While I'm using PURPLE•K, how much water should I be drinking?
No matter what supplements you take, you should always drink at least about 1 gallon of water per day and more if you are extremely active.
Does PURPLE•K need to be cycled?
No, not at all. There are no side effects from PURPLE•K so there's no reason to cycle it.
Q. Can anyone use PURPLE•K?
PURPLE•K is being used by tons of bodybuilders to help make real gains in strength. PURPLE•K is a good choice if you are a bodybuilder or athlete, regardless of sex.
There's one major problem with most of the creatine supplements on the market - they can become unstable at the worst times – like when they are mixed with liquid. When creatine becomes unstable it converts into creatinine, a waste by-product of creatine. This becomes more dramatic when the liquid you used for mixing the creatine has a low pH. The pH scale is a measurement of liquid acidity. Your stomach has a pH between 1 and 2 due to the fact that it contains hydrochloric acid. Other creatines, exposed to stomach acid, breaks down into creatinine (‘kree-AT-ah-neen’).
For this reason, it's common to mega-dose creatine, but this just results in more problems because it gives you that bloated look and can shut down your creatine transporters (Crt), which means you will absorb less creatine instead of more.
PURPLE•K is pH-correct creatine that uses an innovative pH-correct buffer that blocks the break down of creatine in liquids, including stomach acids. So 100% of PURPLE•K is absorbed into the muscles, guaranteeing real gains in strength at a much smaller serving size.
The Breakdown of Creatine Monohydrate
The diagram above shows the process of conversion from creatine to toxic creatinine, which results in serious side effects.
This creatine breakdown doesn’t happen with PURPLE•K because of an innovative pH-correct buffer that blocks the break down of creatine breakdown in liquids.
Serving Size: 2 Capsules
Servings Per Container: 50
Amount Per Serving
Kre-Alkalyn - 1500 mg
[Buffered Creatine Monohydrate pH12+]
Take 1 to 2 PURPLE K capsules 30 minutes prior to your workout and 1 to 2 PURPLE K capsules within 60 minutes of finishing your workout. On non-workout days, take 1 to 2 capsules in the morning. A loading phase is not required.
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