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Creatine

Creatine supplies energy to your muscles. Take creatine supplements to build strength and promote brain health. Regular intake of creatine combined with weightlifting and exercise can help increase muscle growth. Shop our wide range of creatine supplements in the UK, including creatine gummies, pills, and powder.

  • Creatine Gummies, 3 Grams per serving

    Original price was: £19.99.Current price is: £13.99. or Original price was: £13.99.Current price is: £12.59. / month
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  • Creatine Gummies, 3 Grams per serving, Peach Flavour

    Original price was: £19.99.Current price is: £13.99. or Original price was: £13.99.Current price is: £12.59. / month
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  • Creatine Monohydrate Capsules – 4200mg Per Serving

    Original price was: £24.99.Current price is: £19.99.
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  • Creatine Monohydrate Powder – 1Kg

    Original price was: £39.99.Current price is: £29.99.
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  • Creatine Monohydrate Powder – 250g

    Original price was: £14.99.Current price is: £9.99.
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  • Creatine Monohydrate Powder – 500g

    Original price was: £24.99.Current price is: £17.99.
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  • Creatine Monohydrate Powder 100 Servings

    Original price was: £24.99.Current price is: £17.99.
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  • Creatine Monohydrate Powder 60 Servings

    Original price was: £14.99.Current price is: £9.99.
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  • Creatine Monohydrate Tablets – 3000mg Per Serving

    Original price was: £19.99.Current price is: £17.99.
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FAQs

All of the creatine alternatives offer similar results and benefits, it all comes down to your preference. Although some may say that creatine powder is the pure form of creatine, our customers have witnessed similar results via creatine gummies and pills.

If you're looking for more control over your creatine consumption then creatine powder will be a better option. But if you prefer more convenience then creatine pills or gummies are great.

On the whole, the intake of creatine supplmentation is considered to be safe, but some people may experience or see that they have side effects such as bloating or stomach discomfort. It would be best to follow the suggested doses and visit your doctor if you have any concerns.

Many athletes use creatine supplements. Professional sports organisations, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) all allow athletes to use creatine supplements.

Many amateur and professional athletes take creatine supplements to aid their workout routines and improve their recovery. Creatine creates “quick burst” energy and increased strength, which improves your performance without affecting your ability to exercise for longer periods.

Yes, creatine supplements are suitable for vegan diets. While creatine is commonly found in animal products like meat and fish, synthetic creatine monohydrate used in supplements is typically vegan-friendly as it is produced through chemical synthesis rather than animal-derived sources.