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Top 11 Best Creatine Supplements of 2015 - Review

If your goal is to put on lean muscle or improve your athletic performance, Creatine is one of the best supplements you can take. It is one of the most researched performance aids, and thousands of scientific papers attest to the effectiveness and safety of this naturally occurring amino acid. There are a huge number of creatine products trying to distinguish themselves within a crowded market, and choosing a product can be a daunting task. We've tried to make the decision a bit easier for you by choosing our top eleven creatine products of 2015.

11. ProMera Con-Cret

Con Cret is the most successful creatine hydrochloride (HCl) on the market. Creatine HCl is said to have many advantages over creatine monohydrate - it is super soluble, absorbed by the body almost instantly, cuts down on side effects like bloating and stomach upset. According to Promera, you need less than a gram of Con Cret to get the same effects as a standard dose of monohydrate, which may top five grams. Controversial claims, but the popularity of this product shows that many people find Con Cret very effective.

10. Beast Creature

Creapure is a name that is going to come up time and time again in this top ten, because it is the purest form of creatine monohydrate available. Beast combines Creapure with buffered creatine and creatine magnesium chelate, both of which are designed to maximise absorption, creatine AAKG, which boosts energy, and anhydrous creatine, which delivers maximum creatine per gram. Astragin aids absorption, while cinnulin drives insulin production, which gets the creatine into your muscles without added carbs. Beast Sports Creature is a solid start to our top ten.

9. Max's Cre8 Carnage

Max's are a regular feature on our best-of lists. This Aussie company are known for their top quality products and Cre8 Carnage is no exception. This is a product that covers every possible base with eight different types of creatine. This means you get both immediate and sustained release of creatine, as well as the effects of the other molecules in the creatine complexes. These include malate and gluconate for energy and orotate, a carnosine precursor, that buffers the cells during activity, increasing endurance. On top of this, Cre8 Carnage packs in Arginine AKG to enhance pump, beta alanine, and histidine for endurance.

8. BSN Cell Mass 2.0

This product is something special, and packs a lot into a small serving size. Covering all creatine bases with monohydrate, HCl and anhydrous forms, Cell Mass 2.0 also features taurine, which plays many roles, including support of muscle function and endurance, and banaba, which drives creatine into cells. Cell mass kicks off muscle growth and helps recovery with the addition of hydrolysed whey protein, glutamine peptides and glutamine.

 

7. Pure Supps Creatine Monohydrate

A new Australian brand that came out late 2014, Pure Supps offers some of the highest quality products at unbelievably cost effective prices. The Pure Supps Creatine Monohydrate is a straight forward no frills product for those who want pure creatine monohydrate and nothing else. One of the major pitfalls of creatine monohydrate is the particle size, which even when micronised can affect its mixability and ability to dissolve and therefore its absorption. Pure Supps has employed specialised technology to ensure one of the best mixing creatine monohydrates on the market devoid of the sandy and gritty mouth feel that often comes with other creatine monohydrates. What you get is an excellent Aussie based creatine which mixes well, is much more palatable and does the job.

6. MusclePharm Creatine

Being of the biggest names in supplements, MusclePharm had a lot of pressure on them to come up with a great take on this staple product, and they have managed to carry it off. MusclePharm Creatine combines tried and tested creatine monohydrate with creatine malate for energy, concentrated creatine nitrate, creatine HCl and cinnulin for superior absorption. The trump card in this product is creatine AAB (alpha-amino-n-butyrate), which is a unique creatine that prevents catabolism and encourages protein synthesis.

5. Horley's Creatine Xtreme

Our friends from across the Tasman have done it again with a cleverly formulated, world class product. A good dose of cretaine monohydrate and tri creatine malate is combined with a number of ingredients that support energy and endurance, like carnitine, citrulline and beta alanine along with electrolytes and schizandra, a plant extract used in traditional medicine to support overall strength and wellbeing. Creatine Xtreme is a great product to see you thorugh a workout.

4. Optimum Nutrition Micronised Creatine

While some of the other big hitters have come out with clever and complex takes on creatine, Optimum Nutrition have taken things right back to basics with a product that is nothing but pure Creapure creatine. Surprisingly, given that the company could charge a premium price based on their repuation alone, Optimum Micronised Creatine is one of the cheapest, but highest quality creatines on the market.

3. Elemental Nutrition Creapure

Australian company Elemental Nutrition are responsible for our number one selling creatine. This product is nothing but 100% Creapure. This is an extremely versatile product that can be stacked with anything the user desires. Creatine monohydrate is the best studied creatine, and the form of creatine that has been proven to work. Fast dissolving and bioavailable, Elemental Creapure is suitable for everyone, from beginners through to trainers at the top of their game. It's also made in Australia, and it's always good to support local companies.

2. Musashi Bulk Creatine Stack

This is a simple, extremely well dosed supplement that not only provides high quality creatine monohydrate, but glutamine and BCAAs, to support muscle growth. Musashi has done their homework with this solidly dosed, scientifically backed list of ingredients. On top of this, Bulk Creatine Stack contains taurine for muscle cell function and volume, and Leucine derivative HMB, that is strongly anabolic and supports recovery. Bulk creatine is part of Musashi's Bulk range, so it packs a big serve of carbs which help creatine absorption and provide energy. The only thing that holds Bulk back from the number one spot is the fact that it is on the expensive side. With eight grams of creatine per serve, people on maintenence can afford to halve the dosage cost per serve.

1. Muscletech Cell Tech

MuscleTech is a company known for complex and very cleverly designed products that support muscle growth and training in a number of ways, and Cell Tech might be the most popular of product in the MuscleTech range. Cell Tech provides Creatine Monohydrate and HCl, alongside muscle building BCAAs, taurine and alanine to further support cell volumising. Alpha Lipoic Acid is a unique inclusion, that helps support lean gains, and Vitamins and Minerals maintain general health. The key to creatine absorption is insulin. Cell Tech doesn't mess around with insulin drivers, but provides a serious dose of healthy carbs to replenish energy after a workout and get creatine into muscle, where it's needed.

Notable Creatine Supplements of 2015

Because creatine is a product that many trainers see as a necessity, there is a huge amount of choice on the market, and there are a number of great products that just missed out on the top eleven. These include:

If you're looking for a creatine supplement in 2015, our list is sure to help make the decision easier and help you achieve your gains faster.

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