Creatine Monohydrate and Dextrose
Dextrose is the industrial name for the d-type of glucose, which is the type your body can use. It's also called fruit sugar, grape sugar and, as the nick-names state, can be found in fruits (among other foods).
(Wikipedia -> glucose)
Now, from what I know, this sugar is used to increase the rate of which the body absorb creatine monohydrate. The theory is that when carbohydrates is consumed, the glucose (which the carbs will be broken down to) in the bloodstream will trigger the body's natural response of secrating insulin. The insulin does a number of things. One is to help the body's cells bind glucose into glycogen, another is to help the cells absorb creatin monohydrate. Since Dextrose/fruit sugar is a monosaccharide or a "simple sugar" it's easily digested and quickly increase the level of glucose in the blood. This will inturn stimulate an insulin spike. More insuline, more creatine monohydrate absorbed.
Now this might be a little theoretical for the most of us, though what it means is that anything stimulating a insulin spike will help your body absorb more insulin. Mixing your creatine monohydrate with grapejuice or some kind of simple sugar will give you more bang for the buck.
Let me know if this was of any use to you =)
(Increased understanding of microbiological processes within the body certainly helped me pack some extra meat to my frame xD)
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