• MuscleTech Platinum Creatine monohydrate – 400 Grams/133 Servings

    0 out of 5
  • Labrada Crealean Creatine Monohydrate Powder – 250 Grams

    0 out of 5
  • Myogenetix Creatine – 300 Grams/100 Servings

    0 out of 5
  • GNC Powder Creatine Monohydrate – 250 Grams

    0 out of 5
  • Monster Labs Creatine – 300 Grams/100 Servings

    0 out of 5
  • Optimum Nutrition Micronised Creatine Powder – 250 Grams/83 Servings

    4.10 out of 5
  • Dragon Pharma ATP Force- Enhanced Creatine System – 250 Grams/31 Servings

    0 out of 5
  • Sunline Alaska Creatine Monohydrate – 300 Grams/100 Servings

    0 out of 5
  • Dexter Jackson Black Series Creatine HCL – 150 Servings

    0 out of 5
  • Gibbon Creapure – 200 Grams/66 Servings

    0 out of 5
  • Bulk Sports Creatine Monohydrate Pro – 250 Grams/83 Servings

    0 out of 5
  • Gaspari Nutrition Creatine – 250 Grams/83 Servings

    0 out of 5
  • Dexter Jackson Micronized Creatine – 300 Grams/100 Servings

    0 out of 5
  • Dexter Jackson Black Series Creatine – 300 Grams/ 100 Servings

    0 out of 5
  • HRX Agame Crea+Creatine Monohydrate – 33 Servings

    0 out of 5
  • Rich Piana 5% Crea-Ten – 270 Grams/30 Servings

    0 out of 5

What is Creatine Powder?

Creatine is a naturally organic compound that improves strength, promotes lean muscle mass, and performs as an agent to help the muscles recover after every workout.*

Types of Creatine:
-Creatine monohydrate is the king of supplements: It’s unbeatable for its ability to help your body’s muscles perform at their best and grow to their fullest. Micronized creatine monohydrate has smaller particles and is designed to absorb quickly, so it can get to work when you need it most.
-Kre-Alkalyn, a buffered from of creatine that is processed at higher PH levels than regular creatine monohydrate, is believed to have one of the fastest absorption rates of all.
-Additional formats include A-AKG, Ethyl-Ester and other blended option with various creatine types. can be taken in multiple forms including pills and powders. You can take creatine daily on it’s own before, during or after training. It can be mixed into a shaker cup with other pre-workout products, BCAAs, or even in your protein.

Is it safe?
Yes. It is one of the most widely-studied supplements. In a 2003 study, Dr. Kreider and his colleagues found that long-term creatine use (over a 21 month period) did not pose any problems for football athletes who took five grams a day compared to their non-using counterparts. Indeed, the athletes who did take creatine experienced fewer episodes of cramping muscle tightness, muscle pulls, dehydration, illnesses and contact injuries.


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