CON-CRĒT® is a pure, concentrated, creatine hydrochloride designed for serious athletes (both professional and amateur) and any fitness-oriented person who is looking to increase their conditioning level or gain a competitive advantage. CON-CRĒT is also ideal for anyone whose livelihood may benefit from an increase in the production of Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP), a major source of energy or fuel for cellular and muscular function, such as those on restrictive diets and are not getting enough creatine in the foods they eat. Unlike other creatines on the market, CON-CRĒT does not require a loading phase or the need to cycle-off, due to its bioavailability and recommended micro-dosing® by body weight (only ¼ tsp or capsule per 100 lbs of body weight). A true scientific breakthrough, CON-CRĒT is the only creatine on the market that you micro-dose, with one serving being equivalent to 5-10 grams of creatine monohydrate. Unlike other creatines, CON-CRĒT does not cause any negative side effects, such as bloating, water retention and GI issues that most have experienced from taking other creatine blends. In a recent creatine uptake study conducted by two major Universities, CON-CRĒT proved to be the most soluble creatine on the market-59x more soluble than other leading creatine brands. The most readily absorbed creatine form available, CON-CRĒT offers steroid-like results in strength, endurance and muscle recovery in a legal and safe natural product. Athletes can take CON-CRĒT and get superior results in performance without any worries of failing any form of drug testing – you will never be tested positive for any illegal or banned substances when taking CON-CRĒT.
Creatine hydrochloride designed for serious athletes, A major source of energy or fuel for cellular and muscular function
Does not cause any negative side effects, such as bloating, water retention and GI issues
Package change; from 1.35 Ounce to 1.27 Ounce, Creatine hydrochloride designed for serious athletes, A major source of energy or fuel for cellular and muscular function