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Scitec super concentrate their new creatine, King Creatine brings all the hydrochloride goodness

Scitec are up here again with another new supplement, King Creatine. This is very similar to that of Con-Cret except it is only available in capsule form. The directions tell you to take 1-2 servings if under 100kg and 2-3 if you are over that. Every one of the 120 pills contains 1g of creatine hydrochloride, 100mg of lysine and 25m of alpha lipoic acid. It is amazing how Scitec see room for this in their already packed 23 product creatine line up. If the close relation to the popular Con-Cret is not enough to sell this here is a fact filled bit from the brand,

Creatine Hydrochloride is the greatest known Creatine form, it’s an ultra bio-concentrated Creatine! With any form of Creatine stability is not really an issue (conversion to Creatinine), but solubility and therefore utilization are! If substances are not in solution, they won’t get into your bloodstream. Creatine Hydrochloride has 59 times greater solubility than Creatine Monohydrate (approx. 89 g vs 1.5 g per 100 ml fluid)! In studies, actual Creatine blood concentrations were found to be significantly greater with Creatine Hydrochloride, its bioavailability is over 60% greater than that of Creatine Monohydrate. In the categories of molecular stability, solubility and uptake into the bloodstream, Creatine Hydrochloride far exceeds Creatine Monohydrate.

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