Creatine has many forms? Which one is the Best?
Creatine supplements come in a
variety of powders and liquids, but the creatine in them is the same
stuff. However, there is arguably a
“best” form, when you factor in things like stability of the product, level of
dilution, how soluble it is and how much it costs. The cost argument is obvious. Creatine is fairly stable as a powder when
kept cool and unstable in liquid form at low pH. Creatine in liquid form is therefore probably
a bad idea, as it is difficult to tell if a liquid is acidic or alkaline
outside of a lab. Micronised creatine monohydrate is a good option for
stability, as this will be readily soluble at ambient temperature, which is
good as the need to heat it would impact its stability. Also, there is peer-reviewed scientific
literature to confirm stability in manufacture.
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