Monthly archives: September, 2011

Creatine Kre-Alkalyn vs. Monohydrate: Part 2

This is the second part of a two-part series comparing creatine monohydrate and creatine kre-alkalyn. If you missed the first part, please read it first by clicking here. In part 1 of Creatine Monohydrate vs. Creatine Kre-Alkalyn, we discovered the two important things: Creatine monohydrate does not produce much waste product (creatinine). Since stomach acid…



Creatine Kre-Alkalyn vs. Monohydrate: Part 1

Last post I compared creatine monohydrate to creatine ethyl ester, and concluded that monohydrate definitely has the upper hand for multiple reasons. Just because something is new, doesn’t make it better (and much of the time “new” supplements don’t have the kind of research backing it up that “old” supplements do). Fortunately, though, the amount…



Creatine Ethyl Ester vs. Creatine Monohydrate – Which one is “better”?

Ever since creatine came out, it has been pushed as the next best thing after steroids, and for good reason: It is one of the only supplements that has a substantial amount of research behind it backing it up. Now, of course creatine will in no way, shape, or form, be comparable to anabolic steroids,…