Creatine Powder Muscle Powder Vs. Liquid Creatine
Probably the most popular supplement
to hit the shelves, creatine powder has been regarded
with a well practiced degree of scrutiny by consumers
and medical professionals alike, who are not entirely
convinced as to the inherent value of the supplement.
One debate that has cropped up time and time
again in a variety of different circles has been
that of whether creatine monohydrate powder is
more effective than liquid creatine.
Some consumers have raised the rather cynical
point that they feel that the difference is minute,
and is simply a means of tricking them out of
more money for an inferior product or products
which appear to be different in terms of effect,
but are a complete double.
Whether to buy creatine monohydrate powder, serum
or liquid has now become a contentious topic indeed.
The difficulty of answering this topic has been
further hindered due to ambiguous content released
by some unscrupulous parties and this information
has at times been a genuine mistake, based on
misinformation and in a select few an outright
As a general rule of thumb, any outlet or supplier
that claims that their own brand of creatine serum
can be instantly absorbed by the body is a con
artist and is simply trying to embellish the limited
value of their product in order to make you part
with your money more easily.
The truth of the matter is that irrespective
of the form in which creatine is ingested in,
the body will still need time to digest and break
it down into a useful substance to fuel the various
chemical reactions throughout the body.
Another warning sign to be especially wary of
in relation to creatine serum is that the serum
is 100% stable or any other such variations
of this same sentiment.
One of the problems of creatine is that it is
unstable meaning that when it is ingested and
digested in the body, it will then be converted
into a waste product which causes the adverse
Whilst we are on the topic of quality control,
please ensure that whenever you do make a purchase
from a supplier for creatine powder or serum that
it is from a legitimate and licensed retailer
and furthermore, that the creatine itself has
been produced in the countries which are legally
entitled to so do so.