Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Try other creatines if you want but creatine monohydrate will always be there.

Study after study leans to the efficiency of creatine monohydrate. Creatine HCl, creatine nitrate, creatine pyruvate, buffered creatine, creatine anhydrous, creatine malate, creatine magnesium chelate, creatine alpha-ketoglutarate, Kre-Alkalyn, creatine phosphate, creatine AAB, Di Creatine Malate, creatine gluconate, creatine glycerol phosphate, creatine citrate and on and on.

Well, you're in luck. Creatine monohydrate is well studies and cost effective. If you try a different form be sure to figure away to measure your progress. Reps and weights are a great start. Maybe measure your arms, chest and thigh sizes.

NIH Creatine Synonyms Database

Creatine Studies:
Combine Astragalus with Ginseng to boost the effect of creatine 01.05.2014
Alpha-Lipoic Acid boosts effect of creatine 07.02.2014
Creatine has a similar effect in your brain as in your muscles 25.12.2013
Creatine works better after strength training than before 18.12.2013
Creatine supplementation with Russian Tarragon instead of glucose: same increase in lean body mass, but much drier 23.07.2013
Creatine and protein-rich diet combination not dangerous for kidneys 05.07.2013
Creatine dissolved in water works a little better than powder form 12.06.2013
Strength training better for diabetes-2 when combined with creatine 06.06.2013
Strength training and creatine help ease osteoarthritis 24.05.2013
Judokas can manage just fine without creatine malate 12.05.2013
ATP-supplementation makes muscle cells thriftier with energy 01.05.2013
Creatine speeds up muscle recovery in endurance athletes 02.04.2013
Creatine reduces antioxidant levels in athletes 03.03.2013
Creatine plus HMB 01.09.2012
Sodium bicarbonate-creatine combo keeps sprint times up to the mark 07.05.2012
Using creatine and glycerol to increase hydration helps endurance athletes in the heat 07.03.2012
Creatine and beta-alanine combined improve endurance capacity 15.02.2012
This is how the creatine-tarragon combo works 03.01.2012
Creatine users build more muscle mass with shorter rests 11.12.2011
Twenty grams of creatine makes you stronger; two grams of betaine doesn't 15.10.2011
Creatine improves swimmers' 50 m times 06.10.2011
Pure ATP supplement for more muscle power 09.08.2011
Fenugreek improves effect of creatine more than carbs 08.08.2011
Nothing wrong with DIY creatine drink 21.07.2011
Creatine-Q10 combination protects brain cells and lengthens lifespan: animal study 15.07.2011
Cell study suggests creatine might weaken natural resistance 11.07.2011
Creatine keeps strength athlete's arteries supple 07.03.2011
The combined effect of whey, creatine and glucose 02.02.2011
Creatine-caffeine combination works for all explosive sports 29.01.2011
Two grams creatine works, and it won't make you heavier 12.07.2010
Creatine worsens asthma 09.07.2010
Creatine makes bones stronger 15.03.2010
Creatine helps women cheer up – but not men 24.02.2010
How to combine creatine and caffeine – and how not to 19.02.2010
Creatine is myostatin blocker 06.02.2010
D-Pinitol adds nothing to creatine 03.12.2009
Effect of creatine visible after just five days 31.10.2009
How creatine lengthens your lifespan 20.10.2009
Creatine users have more DHT in their blood 29.09.2009
'Creatine Ethyl Ester can't work' 09.09.2009
Creatine pyruvate works better than creatine citrate 03.09.2009
PEGylated creatine is disappointing 11.05.2009
Creatine is pep pill for elderly 07.05.2009
Two years non-stop creatine without side effects 27.04.2009
Study: 'creatine ethyl ester doesn't work' 25.03.2009
Creatine keeps inactive muscle strength up 11.03.2009
Artichoke protects kidneys against creatine 14.01.2009
Muscle cells absorb more glucose with creatine 16.12.2008
Creatine makes kidneys healthier 03.12.2008
Bodybuilder gets jaundice from creatine and protein supplements 31.10.2008
More IGF-1 in muscle tissue with creatine 23.10.2008
Creatine works fine, even when it's hot 22.10.2008
Creatine extends lifespan of mice 08.10.2008
Not enough sleep? Creatine keeps you alert 28.08.2008