September 1, 2021
Sponsored by Alzchem
Creatine is a natural component essential for the body’s energy metabolism. It is conventionally only found in animal products (meat, fish and dairy). Consequentially, vegans and vegetarians consistently show lower creatine levels than meat-eaters. To support the body’s energy metabolism and a healthy lifestyle, dietary creatine intake is essential for this group.
This is where functional food comes into play. Animal products provide many ingredients that support a healthy body - creatine being one of the most essential. Creatine-enriched functional foods offer a true benefit to vegans and vegetarians, as they can help them to replenish their creatine stores.
Consumers are looking for more than just similar taste and texture in their meat substitutes they want to receive the nutritional value their bodies need. The new generation of plant-based meat alternatives contains Creapure® to help support a complete nutritional profile: For high energy levels, for an active and healthy life. For well-being.
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