Pure Supps Creatine Monohydrate - As the most scientifically supported ergogenic aid of our time, creatine monohydrate is only second to whey protein in terms of its popularity and proven efficacy. Multiple studies have shown creatine monhydrate is without doubt the best form of creatine for putting on muscle and improving strength.
It deserves to be found in the cupboard of any individual serious about putting on size. But with such popularity and wide availability, creatine monohydrate should not cost you the earth. Pure Supps Creatine Monohydrate makes for the ideal pure creatine supplement for any individual who's after maximum value but also understands that shouldn't come at the expense of quality.
The Pure Supps Guarantee
While Pure Supps products are manufactured according to strict quality standards in approved Australian facilities and formulated to provide the best results for active individuals, we understand that there are circumstances in which individuals may not be happy with their product. For this reason, if you happen to be unsatisfied with any Pure Supps product, you can return it to your place of purchase within 30 days for a FULL REFUND - no questions asked.
When posing this question, it’s important to remember that the benefits of creatine are mediated by the levels in muscle tissue. These levels build up gradually over time, and do not change significantly with administration of a single dose. So the question of whether to take creatine before or after a workout should really come down to what time provides the best absorption. There are a couple of studies showing that creatine absorption and uptake is greater when taken after a workout versus before. However, the differences are not major. The more important factor is to take creatine on a continuing day-to-day basis so as to maximise levels in muscle tissue.
Creatine monohydrate happens to be the most widely studied ergogenic aid in sports nutrition but despite this, there is no substantial evidence it causes any form of kidney disease or damage. This rumour about kidney problems and creatine seems to have come largely from anecdotal reports, rather than any published study.
Diarrhoea and associated digestive complaints are among the most common reported side effects of creatine supplementation. However, reports suggest that digestive upsets are more common when larger doses (i.e. 10g and up) are taken. Therefore, one of the most basic and effective strategies to reduce digestive upset caused by creatine is to take doses of 5g or less. If this still causes stomach upset, try taking 2 or 3g.