There are many “kinds” of creatine to choose from. But which one is “best”?
Good old creatine monohydrate is the tried and true form of creatine that’s been the subject of the many studies.
Creatine monohydrate is actually two ingredients combined into one:
- Creatine (i.e. creatine anyhydrous)
- Monohydrate salt
Surprisingly to most people, ingredient number 2 (monohydrate salt) makes up about 12% of creatine monohydrate by weight.
So, for each gram of creatine monohydrate (i.e. 1000 mg) 880 mg are actual creatine anhydrous and 120 mg are monohydrate salt.
Creatine monohydrate isn’t the only popular form of creatine that has a salt or another compound added to it:
- Creatine HCl, another popular form of creatine, is only 78% creatine and 22% HCl salt.
- Magnesium Creatine Chelate is comprised of just 45% creatine!
Creatine anhydrous is 99-100% pure creatine – and is clearly the strongest creatine in the world by weight!
So, why not just use creatine anhydrous you ask? Great question and that’s exactly what we said!
The one major drawback to creatine anhydrous is that it just doesn’t mix well in water.
BioCRE instantized creatine anhydrous solves that problem as it is adequately soluble in water and still maintains a creatine level of 96% or greater!
Modern CREATINE is available in three (3) awesome flavor varieties – Fruit Punch, Lemon-Lime and unflavored (for mixing in shakes and other flavored beverages).
Each bottle contains 30 servings of 3 grams of creatine anhydrous and 2.5 grams of betaine anhydrous!
Modern CREATINE does not contain any carbs or sugars – meaning it’s friendly for Intermittent Fasting and Ketogenic nutrition plans!
|Amount per serving||% DV|
|Creatine (as Creatine Anhydrous)(BioCRE™)||3 g||*|
|Betaine (as Betaine Anhydrous)||2.5 g||*|
|* Daily value not established|