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Buffered Creatine Facts and Information

I'm sure you remember all the hype about Creatine Monohydrate when it first came on the market.

Some people gained fast with creatine. Others didn't gain an ounce. Why?

Shortly after its introduction to the bodybuilding world, it was discovered that in order to REALLY make gains with creatine, it had to be taken many times throughout the day... with dosages of 15 to 20 grams or more per day. And you had to start with a "loading phase" of 30 or 40 grams per day for the first five days.

You could make gains with that protocol but the stomach discomfort and diarrhea made it almost unbearable.

Then came all the "improved" creatine formulations that claimed they got more creatine to the muscle cells... and faster, too.

But there was still the problem of stomach upset and diarrhea. Plus people got FAT while taking them. Why?

These "new and improved" creatine formulas were nothing more than plain old creatine mixed with some simple sugars. They didn't get more creatine to the muscle cells any faster than plain creatine. But they DID cause massive insulin spikes due to the simple sugars... and that caused fat gain!

There Are Tons Of Scientific Studies Proving
Creatine's Positive Effects On Muscle Growth
And Strength... So Why Doesn't It Work
That Way In The "Real World"?

When creatine supplements were tested after mixing with liquid (ANY kind of liquid), a disturbing discovery was made.

It was found that IMMEDIATELY after adding any liquid to creatine monohydrate, the majority of it rapidly converted to the toxic by-product creatinine. This held true no matter how "unique" or "new and improved" the formulation claimed to be, or the purity of the dry creatine content.

No wonder so many people get stomach problems and don't make gains with creatine! Due to this conversion problem, it's almost impossible to get enough creatine to the muscle cells.

And even worse... after the creatine is mixed with liquid and rapidly converts to creatinine... it is a toxic substance!

Some of the side effects from increased creatinine levels are stomach cramps and bloating, diarrhea, water retention, dehydration, headaches and liver and kidney problems.

When you take sufficient quantities to make gains from the old fashioned creatine... the side effects are practically unbearable.

Knowing how effective creatine has the POTENTIAL to be in increasing muscle growth, a team of top-notch scientists addressed the toxic conversion of creatine monohydrate.

They finally discovered a successful method of keeping creatine monohydrate stable and completely free of toxic conversion. With this unique process, the main problem with creatine supplementation (the inability to deliver concentrated amounts of creatine without toxic conversion) was solved.

Buffered Creatine is free of unwanted creatinine conversion, it puts an end to the days of having to saturate your body with huge ten to twenty gram amounts of creatine monohydrate to get the desired strength, endurance and muscle building effects.

More importantly, Buffered Creatine allows you to safely take creatine to its full and most potent effects, with only a fraction of previous dosages.

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