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  • Does Creatine Expire? Here’s What Studies Say

    Does Creatine Expire? Here’s What Studies Say

    Does creatine expire? If this question popped into your mind, you’re in the right place.

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  • Best Creatine Reviews and Comparisons 2023 – Supplement Guide

    Best Creatine Reviews and Comparisons 2023 – Supplement Guide

    Creatine is one of the only supplements that’s been clinically proven to increase strength and lean muscle mass. It’s also one of the most common sports supplements used by athletes and bodybuilders around the world. But before including it in your supplement routine, you need to know the best creatine for your fitness goals and…

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  • NOW Foods Creatine Monohydrate Powder Review

    NOW Foods Creatine Monohydrate Powder Review

    NOW Foods Creatine Powder is one of the best value pure creatine monohydrate powders available, with 5g of creatine per serving and a 7-day recommended loading phase. But how do you know if this is the best creatine for your strength and endurance goals? Would a complete pre-workout/creatine combination, such as MuscleTech CellTech, produce more…

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  • MuscleTech Cell Tech Creatine Formula Supplement Review

    MuscleTech Cell Tech Creatine Formula Supplement Review

    MuscleTech Cell Tech is part of their performance series, and available in two variations; Hardgainer, and Hyper-Build. The big difference between the two is the BCAA ratio, where Hardgainer uses 2:1:1, and Hyper-Build uses 4:1:1 (L-Leucine, L-Isoleucine, L-Valine). So which version best supports your strength, muscle building, and endurance goals, and how does the price…

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  • MET-Rx Creatine 4200 Rapid Release Capsule Review

    MET-Rx Creatine 4200 Rapid Release Capsule Review

    MET-Rx Creatine 4200 is packed with 4,200 mg (4.2g) of HPLC Pure Creatine Monohydrate powder per 6-capsule serving. But how does this differ to the bestselling pure creatine monohydrate powder from Bulk Supplements? HPLC stands for High Pressure Liquid Chromatography, which is a method of removing impurities and by-products to ensure the high purity rating…

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  • Dymatize Creatine 100% Pure Pharmaceutical Grade – Review

    Dymatize Creatine 100% Pure Pharmaceutical Grade – Review

    Dymatize Creatine includes 5 g of pure creatine monohydrate per serving, with 200 servings in a 1kg tub for around $20. But is pure micronized creatine the best option if you’re looking to gain strength, boost recovery, and improve endurance, or should you buy a combined creatine/pre-workout supplement, packed with vitamins, caffeine, BCAAs and creatine?…

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  • Vintage Build 3-in-1 Muscle Builder Supplement Review

    Vintage Build 3-in-1 Muscle Builder Supplement Review

    Vintage Build 3-in-1 combines 3 g of Creatine Monohydrate with 2 g of L-Glutamine and all three BCAAs; L-Leucine, L-Isoleucine, and L-Valine. So how does this compare to a standalone creatine supplement, such as the bestseller from Bulk Supplements? Old School Labs have combined all the most important post workout nutrients into a single easy-to-use…

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  • Musclepharm Creatine Powder Supplement Review

    Musclepharm Creatine Powder Supplement Review

    Musclepharm Creatine Powder provides 5 g of pure creatine monohydrate per serving, with no pre-workout stimulants, such as caffeine or green tea extract. But can it it promote an increase in strength and lean muscle mass in the same way as BPI Sports, which uses a blend of different creatine types for each serving? (creatine…

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  • GNC Amplified Creatine 189 Supplement Review

    GNC Amplified Creatine 189 Supplement Review

    GNC Amplified Creatine 189 has a recommended serving size of 2 tablets, which supplies your muscles with 1250 mg of GNC’s PEG-Creatine system (creatine hydrochloride). But how does this compare to pure creatine monohydrate powder? In this review we’ll take a look at the science behind creatine hydrochloride, how it affects your muscles during training,…

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  • Bulk Supplements Creatine Monohydrate Powder Review

    Bulk Supplements Creatine Monohydrate Powder Review

    Each serving of Bulk Supplements Creatine provides you with 2.5 grams of pure creatine monohydrate, with no added pre-workout stimulants or aminos. With 9500+ highly rated reviews on Amazon, there’s no doubting its popularity. It’s also one of the cheapest creatines on the market, with an average cost of just $0.02 per serving. But how…

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  • BSN Creatine DNA Monohydrate Powder Supplement Review

    BSN Creatine DNA Monohydrate Powder Supplement Review

    BSN Creatine DNA is a pure micronized creatine monohydrate supplement, delivering 5g per serving, with 60 servings per 309 g tub and no mention of a ‘loading phase’. But how does the price per serving compare to other bestselling creatine powders and capsules? Would you get better value for money buying an all-in-one combination of…

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  • MuscleTech Platinum 100% Creatine Powder Review

    MuscleTech Platinum 100% Creatine Powder Review

    MuscleTech Platinum 100% Creatine provides your muscles with 5 g of micronized creatine monohydrate per serving, with no added pre-workout stimulants or aminos. So why is it that MuscleTech’s creatine requires a 3-day loading phase, while MusclePharm’s creatine powder does not, despite having the same basic ingredient? There’s no doubt that MuscleTech Platinum creatine represents…

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  • Optimum Nutrition Creatine Powder Supplement Review

    Optimum Nutrition Creatine Powder Supplement Review

    Optimum Nutrition Creatine Powder packs 5g of pure creatine monohydrate into every serving, with no caffeine, green tea extract, or other pre-workout stimulants. So how does pure monohydrate compare with creatine supplements containing 6 different types of creatine (BPI Sports Best Creatine) or those that combine their creatine with a BCAA/amino acid complex (MuscleTech Cell…

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  • Beast Sports Nutrition Creature Creatine Powder Review

    Beast Sports Nutrition Creature Creatine Powder Review

    Beast Sports Nutrition Creature is available in 7 different flavours, including citrus, grape, and pink lemonade, with 60 servings in a 300 g tub. But 2g of carbs means you’re left with just 3025 mg of creatine. So how does this compare to an all-in-one creatine like MuscleTech Cell Tech, which offers 38 g of…

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  • Jarrow Formulas Creatine Monohydrate Powder Review

    Jarrow Formulas Creatine Monohydrate Powder Review

    Jarrow Formulas Creatine delivers 6 g of Creapure creatine monohydrate per serving, with 100 servings in a 600g tub for around $15 making one of the best value creatine powders on the market. But what exactly is Creapure and will this improve your strength and endurance faster than creatine AKG or creatine kre-alkalyn? Creapure has…

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