Choosing the Best Brand of Creatine

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Creatine is a supplement which is found naturally in the human body. Recently, it has become the best-selling weight lifting supplement in the world due to it's incredible ability to deliver large and lasting gains to anyone who uses it. Finding the right brand, however, can be a difficult task. With so many to choose from, what should you consider when purchasing?

Firstly, always check whether it is a reputable brand. Creatine should only be purchased from brands which have been around for a while and have been reviewed positively. If the brand has a 'Creapure' mark on it, then it is safe for use. If, however, you have never heard of the brand and the price is just too good to be true, then it is a good idea to look elsewhere. After all, you are putting this stuff into your body, you don't want to damage yourself.

Secondly, check whether it is in the form that you want it. Creatine comes in many different forms now from powder to chews to liquid serums. Each one yields different results and each one is designed for specific groups of people. If, for example, you don't have time to mix shakes then go for the chews. If you need to hydrate before you workout anyway, then go for the shakes.

Lastly, make sure that it is good value. There are a number of Creatine products out there right now with flashy labels which promise you massive gains that really don't do very much. It is very important that you aren't conned into spending more than you have to. Sometimes it's better to go for the cheaper option than the one with all of the exciting pictures on the front.

In conclusion, always check the quality, form and price of any Creatine you buy. Creatine can lead to massive gains if used responsibly.

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This article was published on 2010/03/29