Ostrovit Tri Creatine Malate


  • Increases the effectiveness of trainings
  • Accelerates muscle recovery after training
  • Delays the effect of body fatigue
  • Well-absorbed form of creatine

200 Servings – 500g Tub

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OstroVit Tri Creatine Malate

Ostrovit Tri Creatine Malate repeatedly enhances the anabolic, ergogenic and anti-catabolic action of creatine. Creatine – organic compound made of protein fragments that occurs in muscle tissue. The main task of creatine is to accumulate energy in the muscles, which increases the amount of energy that can be used during training. Increased energy content in the muscles, leads to increased strength and endurance of the body, and thus to a regular increase in the efficiency of training. In addition, it accelerates the growth of lean body mass, increase muscle strength and increase the efficiency of the body.

In addition, the elevated content of creatine contributes to faster muscle regeneration between training series. Thus delaying the effect of physical and mental fatigue of the body. Creatine malate is one of the best soluble forms of creatine, very well absorbed by the body and effectively converted into phosphocreatine. Characterized by high stability due to greater resistance to stomach enzymes.

The best effects come by long-term supplementation combined with a proper, well-balanced diet, proper training and rest.

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Additional information


Lemon, Orange, Unflavoured


300g, 500g

Nutritional Information


Creatine malate, aroma, taurine, sweeteners: sucralose, acesulfame K; pyridoxine hydrochloride (vitamin B6).

The product may contain milk (including lactose), soy, peanuts, other nuts, sesame seeds, oats, eggs, crustaceans, fish.

Nutrition Facts

 500 g
 2.5 g

Active ingredients Per 100 g For a portion % RI*
Creatine malate 95.06 g 2377 mg
– including creatine 70.44 g 1761 mg
Taurine 1 g 25 mg
Vitamin B6 100 mg 2.5 mg 179

*RI – Reference intake

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