MUSCLE GROWTH & RECOVERY FORMULA
Cre-Elite delivers a premium quality source of 100% German-grade creatine in a delicious naturally sweetened fruit punch flavored mix. Creatine monohydrate is the most research-proven form of creatine for increasing muscle size and strength, and Cre-Elite provides a 99.95% purified form of monohydrate (the highest available) to maximize your results.Update: The Cre-Elite formula is currently being modified to include two additional ingredients in order to create a complete muscle growth and recovery blend. A pure creatine powder will also be offered for those who prefer the basic version. We are working to get these released as soon as possible, but due to the current creatine shortages we don't have an exact date quite yet. Enter your email below to be notified.
The undisputed leader of natural muscle building supplements.
When it comes to safe and effective muscle building compounds, creatine is undoubtedly king.
It’s the single most studied fitness supplement available with endless mounds of research supporting its training performance and body composition benefits.
If you’re serious about transforming your physique in the most efficient way possible, there’s simply no good reason to not use creatine as part of your program.
Creatine will benefit you in two main ways…
Boosts training performance.
By increasing intramuscular phosphocreatine stores, creatine supplementation allows your body to produce more ATP which is the key energy molecule during high intensity/short duration exercise. [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7]
Over time, this increase in lifting strength will translate to greater gains in lean muscle mass.
Volumizes muscle cells.
Creatine requires additional water in order to be stored in the muscles, leading to an overall increase in fullness and definition.
Contrary to popular belief, this does not cause you to appear “soft” or “bloated”, since the water is stored inside of the muscle cell itself and not directly beneath the skin. [8, 9, 10, 11]
Additional proposed mechanisms of creatine supplementation include…
- Improved satellite cell signalling which may aid muscle repair and growth. 
- Increased levels of IGF-1 which may also play a role in optimizing muscle hypertrophy. [13, 14, 15]
- Reduced muscle protein breakdown. 
- Lowered levels of myostatin which is a hormone that directly inhibits muscle gain. 
- Enhanced cognitive function and prevention of certain neurological diseases. [18, 19, 20, 21, 22]
Best of all, creatine provides this myriad of benefits without any negative side effects in otherwise healthy individuals.
Creatine has been thoroughly studied over the course of many years and found to be safe both in the short and long term. [23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28]
Cre-Elite™: An Ultra-Purified, Premium Quality Source Of Creatine To Maximize Your Results.
There are an endless number of different creatine products available on the market, so what makes Cre-Elite the optimal choice?
1) We use 100% creatine monohydrate only.
Monohydrate is by far the most thoroughly studied form of creatine available and has a near perfect bio-availability in humans without any adverse effects.
Many supplement companies actively promote various types of “new and improved” creatine (such as creatine ethyl ester, buffered creatine, creatine hydrochloride and more), when in reality not a single one of these has ever been shown to be superior to monohydrate. [29, 30, 31]
Our goal is not to impress you with flashy marketing and then charge a premium for it – it’s to deliver the highest quality supplement to maximize your results, period.
2) We source our monohydrate as pure German-grade creatine.
You’re getting the cleanest raw materials and most advanced processing methods available to guarantee the safest and most effective creatine product possible.
3) Naturally sweetened and flavored.
Cre-Elite is delivered in a delicious fruit punch flavored drink mix using 100% natural ingredients only.
Not only are you getting your daily dose of creatine here, but our product also doubles down as a tasty zero calorie beverage that you’ll genuinely enjoy consuming each day.
Consume one scoop daily mixed with 6-8 ounces of water or beverage of choice. Vary liquid amount for desired taste.
Not intended for persons under the age of 18. Consult a physician prior to consumption if you have any existing medical conditions and/or are taking any prescription medications. Do not use if pregnant or nursing. Do not exceed recommended serving. Do not use if safety seal is broken or missing. Store in a cool, dry place. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
Frequently Asked Questions
How does Cre-Elite compare to other creatine products on the market?
Cre-Elite is as high quality as it gets since we use 100% creatine monohydrate (the most research backed form of creatine available) delivered as German grade Creapure®, which is a 99.99% pure source of monohydrate.
We can’t speak for other companies since there’s no way of knowing where their creatine is specifically derived from, but with the Creapure® stamp on our label you can be guaranteed you’re getting the best of the best.
Our product also comes flavored as a naturally sweetened fruit punch drink mix, doubling it down as both a creatine supplement and a delicious zero calorie beverage you’ll genuinely enjoy consuming each day.
How do I know that Cre-Elite doesn't include any cheap fillers or hidden ingredients like other companies have been found using?
Cre-Elite is sourced from 100% Creapure® (produced by AlzChem Trostberg GmbH in Germany) which undergoes rigorous testing using the most advanced methods available to ensure that every batch is free of any harmful contaminants, fillers or banned substances.
Doesn’t creatine monohydrate cause bloating?
No, this is nothing more than a myth created by other supplement companies in order to charge a premium for their so-called “new and improved” versions of creatine.
Creatine monohydrate (just like all forms of creatine) does increase intramuscular hydration, but the additional water is stored inside of the muscle cell and not subcutaneously (directly beneath the skin).
If anything, creatine monohydrate will actually increase muscle definition and hardness.
Is it necessary to do a loading phase?
Although many creatine products will commonly recommend the use of a loading phase (where 20 grams per day is consumed for the first 4-5 days) this is ultimately an unnecessary method.
A loading phase will allow you to reach full creatine saturation at a faster rate, but 2-3 weeks at the standard 5 gram per day dose will get you to the same point regardless.
It’s not inherently wrong to use a loading phase, but it’s less cost effective and increases the chances of experiencing GI discomfort.
Is it necessary to cycle on and off?
There is no need to perform a creatine cycle by periodically going “on” and “off” of your creatine supplement every few weeks or months.
This does not provide any additional strength or muscle building benefit, and there is no evidence to suggest that ongoing creatine use poses any health risks or causes any alterations to the body’s natural production of creatine.
Are there any side effects?
Creatine has been studied in depth over the course of many years and found to be safe both in the short and long term in otherwise healthy individuals. [23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28]
If you have any pre-existing medical conditions or are taking any other medications then make sure to consult with your doctor first.
Is Cre-Elite gluten-free?
Is Cre-Elite vegetarian friendly?
Is Cre-Elite vegan friendly?
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