CREATINE MONOHYDRATE POWDER
EVOWHEY PROTEIN 2.0
NATIVE WHEY CONCENTRATE
WHEY PROTEIN CONCENTRATE 80% 2.0
L-GLUTAMINE (Kyowa Quality®) POWDER
EVOLATE 2.0 (WHEY ISOLATE CFM)
- Creatine Monohydrate Alkaline.
- In vegetable capsules.
- Kre-Alkalyn® raw material.
- Suitable for vegans.
- With vitamin B6.
Table of contents
Evokalyn by SportSeries is a food supplement in vegetable capsules, based on pH-corrected creatine monohydrate.
Buffered creatine is the form of creatine monohydrate with a pH modified to a value of 12 on the acid-base scale. Creatine is an acid, and the buffering treatment alkalises it.
Evokalyn is suitable for vegans.
Creatine monohydrate is the most scientifically studied dietary supplement, as reported by the International Society of Sports Nutrition (Kreider et al., 2017).
The Evokalyn formula has been supplemented with pyridoxine (vitamin B6), because:
- Vitamin B6 contributes to normal energy metabolism.
- Vitamin B6 helps to regulate hormonal activity.
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The raw material used for the development of Evokalyn is Kre-Alkalyn®.
Kre-Alkalyn® is a registered trademark that works with the highest quality compounds to produce the alkaline creatine monohydrate that we use to make our capsules.
Did you know that...
Most food supplements in capsule form are not suitable for vegans?
However, Evokalyn is. Why?
Because we have used a vegetable glazing agent, instead of the gelatines used by most companies working with encapsulants.
Thanks to this practice, we have managed to make most of our food supplements in capsules suitable for vegans, bringing the wide variety of products closer to any consumer.
Consume 2 capsules per day:
- 1 capsule in the morning 30 minutes before breakfast.
- 1 capsule in the evening, before dinner.
To optimise the use of the food supplement.
Other content you can read on the subject
- Forbes, S., & Candow, D. (2018). Timing of Creatine Supplementation and Resistance Training: A Brief Review.
- Jager, R., Purpura, M., Shao, A., Inoue, T., & Kreider, R. B. (2011). Analysis of the efficacy, safety, and regulatory status of novel forms of creatine. Amino Acids, 40(5), 1369–1383.
- Kreider, R. B., Kalman, D. S., Antonio, J., Ziegenfuss, T. N., Wildman, R., Collins, R., … Lopez, H. L. (2017). International Society of Sports Nutrition position stand: safety and efficacy of creatine supplementation in exercise, sport, and medicine. Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition, 14(1), 18.
- Kreider, R., & Jung, Y. (2011). Creatine supplementation in exercise, sport, and medicine. The Journal of Exercise Nutrition and Biochemistry, 6, 53–69.
- Williams, M. H. (1999). Facts and fallacies of purported ergogenic amino acid supplements. Clinics in Sports Medicine, 18(3), 633–649.
|daily doseper serving|
|Serving size: 1 veg caps|
|daily dose: 2 veg caps|
|Servings per container: 120|
|Buffered Creatine Monohydrate (Kre-Alkalyn®)|
|of pyridoxine hydrochloride|
|NRVs (Nutrient Reference Values) established in Regulation (EU) 1169/2011 of 25 October 2011. †† NRVs are not established on this occasion.|