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5 Best Creatine Supplements of 2021

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Creatine is the greatest supplement of all time from a muscle building standpoint. Seriously, it’s more effective than supplementing protein or any other supplement. Creatine (aka creatine monohydrate) is used in muscle tissue for the production of phosphocreatine, a factor in the formation of ATP, the source of energy for muscle contraction and many other functions in the body.

Here are our top 5 creatine supplements of 2021.

Allmax Nutrition 100% Pure Micronized Creatine

If you are looking for a straight forward Creatine supplement with no additives, you want to go for the Allmax Nutrition Creatine. Allmax has been selling it forever and it’s been tested in several independent labs as a highly accurate product. No additives, no fillers, just creatine. The best part is that it is also well priced and can be sourced from anywhere.

Optimum Nutrition Micronized Creatine

Like Allmax’s product, Optimum Nutrition has their own Creatine powder that is straight forward and just creatine. It has zero added sugar and zero calories, with no additives or fillers.

Dymatize Micronized Creatine

Dymatize’s micronized creatine is well reviewed and tested as a no nonsense creatine. You won’t find any added fillers or additives here. Downside is if you are looking for flavors you won’t find any here.

Universal Nutrition Creatine

Universal Nutrition’s creatine is a bit unique in the sense that you can get it flavored or unflavored. This one is not micronized so you’ll want to put it in a shaker bottle or a blender when you’re making a smoothie for easier mixing.

MuscleTech Platinum 100% Creatine

MuscleTech’s Platinum 100% Creatine is a plain creatine with no added flavors or fillers. You won’t be able to get this in anything but unflavored. It is easy to mix has it has been micronized, and the is usually on sale for cheap.

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