- 11-14-2010, 02:18 PM
Im currently researching the various forms of creatine on the market.
Creatine Mono has the most to back it up and is 88% creatine and 12% water. It uses the sodium transporters to enter the cell.
MCC is creatine bonded to magnsium chelate, is uses the ligand-gated cation channel to enter the cell. It has only been compared to Magnesium Oxide Creatine, not mono. How much of this is creatine and how much is magnesium?
Di/Tri-Creatine Malate is malic acid bonded to creatine. It is 30% creatine and 70% malic acid correct? How does it enter the cell?
These are the ones ive currently read about.
Any info on , Creatine HCL, and any other form would be appricated. Im just curious and want to learn is all.
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