superior solubility and bioavailability

Unmatched Potency

Delivering an ultra-concentrated dose of pure creatine per serving.

Results Driven Dosages

Unleash Your Energy

By replenishing your ATP levels, Creatine provides an instant surge of explosive energy, helping you power through your toughest workouts.

Made with Patented Con-Cret Creatine HCL

Uncompromising Quality

Our Patented Creatine HCL is meticulously formulated, backed by rigorous scientific research and testing. It is manufactured in a state-of-the-art facility, following strict GMP to ensure purity, potency, and safety.

Tried and True but Innovated

Micronized Creatine Monohydrate

Processed to have smaller particle size for improved absorption by the body. Reduced gritty texture for a more pleasant mouthfeel when consumed,

Frequently Asked Questions

Why Creatine Monohydrate?


Micronized creatine reduces the size of the particles of the powder,

which improves the solubility and absorption of the creatine.

No Gritty Sediment

Creatine monohydrate is known to to clump or settle to the bottom of liquid making it unsatisfying to drink. We solve that issue with a chewable tablet.


Take your creatine anywhere; throw it in your gym bag, car, or your pocket without the worry of spilling powder everywhere and it taste damn good.


Reduced fatigue, and clinical proven to increase muscle strength and power output


Increase in muscle mass means an increase in metabolic expenditure

in body fat percentage in athletes that used creatine HCL over creatine monohydrate

Why Creatine HCL?


40x more soluble in fluid than creatine monohydrate.

Mixes almost instantly with no sedimentation


Creatine HCL is absorbed by the intestines around 60% better than creatine monohydrate

Take a much smaller dose of creatine HCL to get similar results as creatine monohydrate


Reduces the chance of G.I. distress issues and water retention.


Reduced fatigue, and clinical proven to increase muscle strength and power output


Increase in muscle mass means an increase in metabolic expenditure

Decrease in body fat percentage in athletes that used creatine HCL over creatine monohydrate

How Do I Take Creatine Monohydrate Chewables?

SUGGESTED USE: Take 5 chews daily and consume 12oz of water or juice to get 5G of creatine.

Each chewable is exactly 1 Gram of creatine so that you can dose it as needed based on your body weight.

Studies show that consuming about three to five grams per day (14 mg per pound of body weight or 30 mg per kg of body weight) is all that you need in order to maintain your muscle stores. The dosage amount is consistent for both men and women regardless of athletic ability


Under 120 pounds: 3 grams. 121-200 pounds: 5 grams. Over 200 pounds:8 grams

How Do I Take Creatine HCL

Powder: Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement, consume 1 scoop with 8-12 ounces of water. Creatine HCl can be taken on an empty stomach or with food.

Capsules: Suggested Use: As a dietary supplement, consume 3 capsules with 6-8 ounces of water or juice. Creatine HCl can be taken on an empty stomach or with food.

The recommended dose of creatine HCL is to take is 1-2 grams per 100 lbs lean body mass per day. Which should be taken daily for optimal results.


Under 120 pounds: 1.2 grams. 121-200 pounds: 1500-2 grams. Over 200 pounds: +2 grams

How Often Do I Take Creatine

Any creatine should be taken once daily or twice daily if you split you recommended dosage equality in half.

What is Creatine? What Does it Do?

Creatine is a naturally occurring compound that is found in small amounts in some foods, such as meat and fish, and is also synthesized by the human body in the liver, kidneys, and pancreas. It plays a role in energy production, particularly during high-intensity, short-duration activities, such as weightlifting, sprinting, and other forms of intense exercise.

Creatine is stored in the muscles as phosphocreatine, which can be rapidly converted into adenosine triphosphate (ATP), the primary source of energy for muscle contractions. During short bursts of intense exercise, such as lifting heavy weights or performing explosive movements, ATP is rapidly used up, and phosphocreatine helps replenish ATP levels, allowing for continued muscle contraction and energy production.

Supplementing with creatine has been shown to increase the availability of phosphocreatine in the muscles, which can improve the muscles' ability to produce energy during high-intensity exercise. This can lead to increased strength, power, and performance, making creatine a popular dietary supplement among athletes, bodybuilders, and individuals looking to enhance their exercise performance.

Does it cause weight gain?

This question really should be will creatine make me gain fat. The answer is no you will not gain body fat taking any creatine.

However, possible weight gain from creatine is mostly due to water retention. Creatine causes your muscles to retain more water, which can lead to an increase in body weight. For every gram of creatine stored in your muscles, it is estimated that about 3-4 grams of water are also stored. This extra water weight can be noticeable on the scale and may contribute to an increase in overall body weight.

It's important to note that the weight gain from creatine is temporary and not permanent. It is not actual fat gain, and it does not contribute to an increase in body fat. In fact, some research suggests that creatine supplementation may actually help improve body composition by increasing lean muscle mass, which can have a positive impact on metabolism and overall health.

It's also worth mentioning that the amount of weight gained from creatine supplementation can vary depending on factors such as individual response, dosage, and duration of use. Some people may experience more water retention than others, leading to more significant weight gain, while others may have minimal changes in body weight.

What are the potential benefits of using creatine as a dietary supplement?

Creatine supplementation has been studied extensively and has been shown to have several potential benefits, including:

  1. Increased muscle strength and power: Creatine has been shown to improve muscle strength and power, particularly during short-duration, high-intensity activities such as weightlifting and sprinting. It may help athletes and individuals engage in more intense exercise, leading to better performance in strength and power-based sports.
  2. Enhanced muscle recovery: Creatine has been shown to have anti-inflammatory properties and may help reduce muscle damage and inflammation caused by intense exercise. This can potentially result in faster recovery times and reduced muscle soreness, allowing individuals to train more frequently and with greater intensity.
  3. Increased muscle mass: Creatine supplementation has been associated with increased muscle mass, particularly in combination with resistance training. It may promote muscle protein synthesis, leading to greater gains in lean muscle mass over time.
  4. Improved cognitive function: Some research suggests that creatine may have cognitive-enhancing effects, including improved memory and cognitive performance, particularly in tasks that require short-term memory, quick thinking, and high-intensity cognitive effort.
  5. Other potential health benefits: There is some evidence to suggest that creatine may have other health benefits, such as reducing the risk of certain neurological diseases, improving bone health, and enhancing glycemic control in certain populations. However, more research is needed to fully understand these potential benefits.

It's important to note that individual responses to creatine supplementation can vary, and not everyone may experience the same benefits. The effectiveness of creatine can depend on factors such as dosage, timing, duration of use, and individual variability. It's always best to consult with a healthcare professional or a qualified sports nutritionist before starting any new dietary supplement regimen.

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