Creatine is a tried and true and is the most studied supplement in the industry. Creatine is used for increased strength and muscle endurance, and also helps muscles recover.

Price: Anywhere from $6 for 150 grams up to $38 for 2000 grams

Nutritional Facts:

Serving Size: 1 teaspoon

Ingredients: 5g Creatine Monohydrate

Conclusion:

After doing research on creatine I decided to try my luck with them. I bought this bottle for $38 and overall I’m very happy with it. The micronized formula of this creatine seems to mix better than other monohydrates, but still have a little left in the bottom. Some pre-workouts and proteins contain creatine and sure enough most of the time that is why there is grit left behind. This creatine is flavorless and you can mix with anything, generally water or a non acidic juice such as grape juice is ideal. I personally just dump a tablespoon’s worth in my mouth, swish around some grape juice and swallow. It’s easy and painless to do.

The bottle did not come with a scoop, you must provide your own teaspoon. I suggest snagging your tablespoon measuring spoon or buy a set and stick it in there, it’s the easiest way to do that. Other than having to provide your own measuring utensil, there is no downside to this product.

Overall I give this product a 5/5.

If you have the extra funds, I’ve found Beta Alanine and creatine to mix well as a pre-workout. There are studies out there linking the two supplements together for a synergistic effect, check it out.

Disclaimer: Supplements are made to help supplement your lifestyle. If you do not have a decent diet and workout routine already in place, this is not going to be a miracle muscle growth formula. Get off your ass and make some magic happen.

 

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