What is the difference between Creatine Monohydrate and Kre-Alkalyn?Is one more efficient than the other?
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10-19-2011, 05:51 AM #3
IMO Kre-Alkalyn is overpriced for a gram or 2 more creatine being digested into your system.
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10-19-2011, 07:03 AM #7
Ill just add not all mono is the same. Id go with a quality mono product such as Creapure. Ive personally has some stomach issues with various regular mono product. Creapure is only slightly more expensive too. 1,000 grams for $20-$25.Thermolife Eternal Rep
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10-19-2011, 07:35 AM #8
Difference is cash. Mono is proven to work. Kre-Alkalyn is buffered creatine monohydrate. Both work but it hasn't been proven that Kre-Alkalyn is more effective or really has any advantages over regular CM. Some creatine monohydrate has chemical impurities which may or may not be harmful over time depending on what those impurities are.
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only difference from my experience is if you decide to go with a "loading" phase with creatine mono you may experience some bloating because you'll carry a little more water (assuming your drinking enough) kre-alkalyn claims you don't need to "load" and therefore eliminating the bloat but like most ppl said there isn't a noticeable difference really
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