Science vs MythCreatine has a stigma. We're here to provide the science-backed facts.
Myth: Creatine causes bloating
THE TRUTH: Creatine "bloating" is the result of increased muscle hydration. The "bloating" is most common during a loading phase. Our gummies are designed to be taken without loading.
Myth: Creatine is not safe
THE TRUTH: In 2020, the FDA gave creatine monohydrate a GRAS Rating (Generally Regarded as Safe), putting it in the same safety category as Vitamin C and Whey Protein. It's also the most researched fitness supplement on the market with over 700 peer reviewed studies.
Myth: Creatine is only for men
THE TRUTH: Creatine is a beneficial for both men and women. Creatine's benefits are broadly desirable for anyone that lives an active lifestyle.
Dr. Abbie Smith-Ryan (Prof. & Dir. of Human Performance at UNC Chapel Hill)
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Big fan of the flavor and excited to try the blue flavor next.
Gummies are too sticky. All stuck to each other
Very happy to be taking this supplement, sad I didnt know about it at least 40 years ago. I have a lot more strength, I think more clearly, my energy is undescrivable. 5 stars it is 👍
I honestly really liked this product. The flavor is good and I could tell a difference in my workouts. Unfortunately I have a fairly sensitive stomach and couldn’t find the right combination of product + water to not have stomach issues. My husband loves them though and has taken over my stock.
It's been great so far!