Creatine Nitrate has proven to be far more superior with its physio-chemical properties than its studied counterparts (see chart below). Creatine Nitrate also is the only form of creatine that has addressed all the limitations of creatine by substantially enhancing the three pillars of bioavailability: 1) Solubility 2) Stability 3) Dissolution. A series of three studies were developed in order to test Creatine Nitrate with that of Creatine Monohydrate and Ph Buffered Creatine in order to demonstrate their properties of 1) Solubility 2) Stability 3) Dissolution. Results: Creatine Nitrate was found to be more soluble in water at room temperature by 1001.519% and 996.35% from creatine monohydrate and pH buffered creatine respectively. It was also found to be 784.452% and 888.604% more soluble in Buffer pH 2.5 than creatine monohydrate and buffered creatine respectively. This means no more problems with having to increase dosage to ensure that a given amount of creatine reaches the stomach. In addition, no more water retention in the gut to overcome the solubility problems of regular creatine. Creatine Nitrate was also found to be more stable than its counterparts. Specifically, the degradation rates were 58.667% and 44.000% higher for creatine monohydrate and buffered creatine respectively. Creatine Nitrate also was tested using USP dissolution apparatus which showed how each creatine form dissociates and forms a homogenous mixture (dissolves) with the solvent. This is a predictor of bioavailability. Creatine Nitrate clearly has better dissolution in each condition.
• Contains Two of the Most Potent Forms of Creatine Available
• Enhanced Water Solubility Resulting in More Rapid Uptake