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Alzchem Group Launches Animal-Free Creatine for Use in Meat Alternatives

Alzchem Group, a specialty chemicals supplier based in Germany, is set to launch animal-free creatine monohydrate powder specially developed for the food industry. Creatine is an amino acid found in small amounts in meat and fish; it is also made by the liver and pancreas at a rate of around one gram per day. However, some studies suggest there are benefits to taking additional creatine in supplement form, particularly for athletes. These include increased strength, injury prevention, and more muscle mass. Creatine may also have benefits for cognition, bone health, and skin aging. Alzchem has been producing creatine monohydrate — a synthetic, animal-free form of creatine — for over 30 years. However, the ingredient has previously only been available in supplement form. The new product, …


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