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The Future Of Creatine™
  • Proven Superior Solubility (59x Increase)
  • Proven Superior Plasma Uptake (70% Increase)
  • Unique Creatine Micro-Dosing Based on Body Weight
  • No Loading, No Cycling, No Side Effects (No Cramping, Bloating, Water Retention, or GI Issues)

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Supplement Facts

As a dietary supplement take 1 hour prior to training with approximately 4-6 ounces of water CON-CRET can be taken on an empty stomach or with food or mixed with protein.

Normal Training: 1 Serving per 100 pounds of body weight.
Intense Training: 1-2 Serving per 100 pounds of body weight.
Off Days: Can take 1 serving per 100 pounds of body weight to assist in muscle recovery.

Serving Size 1/2 tsp
Servings Per Container 48
Amount Per Serving % DV
Creatine HCI* 750.00 mg **
** Daily Value (DV) not established

Other Ingredients: Natural Flavoring, Pineapple Flavor N&A, Maltodextrin, Sucralose, Vanilla Flavor N&A, Silicon Dioxide, FD&C Yellow No. 5

Warning: Consult a physician or healthcare provider before using this or any other dietary supplement or starting any exercise program. Do not exceed recommended dose. Maintain adequate hydration when using. CON-CRET is not a steroid. It is safe and legal.Exposure to moistureand humidity may cause dumping but will not affect the product. Stirring is suggested prior to use.

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Health Notes

Bromelain

Bromelain
This nutrient has been used in connection with the following health goals
  • Reliable and relatively consistent scientific data showing a substantial health benefit.
  • Contradictory, insufficient, or preliminary studies suggesting a health benefit or minimal health benefit.
  • For an herb, supported by traditional use but minimal or no scientific evidence. For a supplement, little scientific support.

Our proprietary "Star-Rating" system was developed to help you easily understand the amount of scientific support behind each supplement in relation to a specific health condition. While there is no way to predict whether a vitamin, mineral, or herb will successfully treat or prevent associated health conditions, our unique ratings tell you how well these supplements are understood by the medical community, and whether studies have found them to be effective for other people.

For over a decade, our team has combed through thousands of research articles published in reputable journals. To help you make educated decisions, and to better understand controversial or confusing supplements, our medical experts have digested the science into these three easy-to-follow ratings. We hope this provides you with a helpful resource to make informed decisions towards your health and well-being.

This supplement has been used in connection with the following health conditions:

Sprains and Strains
Dose: 4 to 8 tablets a day of bromelain
Bromelain, a proteolytic enzyme, may be helpful in healing sprains and strains because it is anti-inflammatory and appears to promote tissue healing. (more)
Wound Healing
Dose: 3,000 MCU (2,000 GDU) three times per day for several days, followed by 2,000 MCU three times per day
Taking bromelain may help reduce swelling and speed the healing time for surgical wounds and soft tissue injuries.(more)
Tendinitis
Dose: 2,000 to 9,000 mcu per day
Bromelain is anti-inflammatory and may help heal minor injuries and relieve pain.(more)
Low Back Pain
Dose: 4 to 8 tablets a day of proteolytic enzymes containing trypsin and chymotrypsin, and/or bromelain
Several trials have reported reduced pain and swelling, and/or faster healing in people with a variety of conditions who use bromelain.(more)
Thrombophlebitis
Dose: Refer to label instructions
(more)
Sinusitis
Dose: 3,000 MCU three times per day
Bromelain, an enzyme derived from pineapple, appears to relieve symptoms of acute sinusitis.(more)
Asthma
Dose: Refer to label instructions
Bromelain reduces the thickness of mucus, which may be beneficial for people with asthma.(more)
Wound Healing
Dose: 3,000 MCU (2,000 GDU) three times per day for several days, followed by 2,000 MCU three times per day
Taking bromelain may help reduce swelling and speed the healing time for surgical wounds and soft tissue injuries.(more)
Prostatitis
Dose: 2,000 to 9,000 mcu per day
The enzyme bromelain has anti-inflammatory effects. A study showed that bromelain combined with quercetin and papain significantly improved symptoms.(more)
Urinary Tract Infection
Dose: 400 mg daily
Taking bromelain during a UTI may enhance antibiotic effectiveness.(more)
Low Back Pain
Dose: 4 to 8 tablets a day of proteolytic enzymes containing trypsin and chymotrypsin, and/or bromelain
Several trials have reported reduced pain and swelling, and/or faster healing in people with a variety of conditions who use bromelain.(more)
Rheumatoid Arthritis
Dose: Refer to label instructions
Bromelain has significant anti-inflammatory activity and may help reduce joint swelling and improve joint mobility.(more)
Angina
Dose: Refer to label instructions
Bromelain prevents excessive stickiness of blood platelets, which is believed to be one of the triggering factors for angina. Supplementing with it may help.(more)
Sprains and Strains
Dose: 4 to 8 tablets a day of bromelain

Several preliminary trials have reported reduced pain and swelling, and/or faster healing in people with a variety of conditions using either bromelain,1 papain from papaya, 2, 3 or a combination of trypsin and chymotrypsin.4 Double-blind trials have reported faster recovery from athletic injuries, including sprains and strains, and earlier return to activity using eight tablets daily of trypsin/chymotrypsin,5, 6, 7, 8 four to eight tablets daily of papain,9 eight tablets of bromelain (single-blind only),10 or a combination of these enzymes.11 However, one double-blind trial using eight tablets per day of trypsin/chymotrypsin to treat sprained ankles found no significant effect on swelling, bruising, or overall function.12

Bromelain is measured in MCUs (milk clotting units) or GDUs (gelatin dissolving units). One GDU equals 1.5 MCU. Strong products contain at least 2,000 MCU (1,333 GDU) per gram (1,000 mg). A supplement containing 500 mg labeled "2,000 MCU per gram" would have 1,000 MCU of activity, because 500 mg is half a gram. Some doctors recommend 3,000 MCU taken three times per day for several days, followed by 2,000 MCU three times per day. Some of the research, however, uses smaller amounts, such as 2,000 MCU taken in divided amounts in the course of a day (500 MCU taken four times per day).

References

1. Cirelli MG. Five years experience with bromelains in therapy of edema and inflammation in postoperative tissue reaction, skin infections and trauma. Clin Med 1967;74(6):55-9.

2. Trickett P. Proteolytic enzymes in treatment of athletic injuries. Appl Ther 1964;6:647-52.

3. Sweeny FJ. Treatment of athletic injuries with an oral proteolytic enzyme. Med Times 1963:91:765.

4. Boyne PS, Medhurst H. Oral anti-inflammatory enzyme therapy in injuries in professional footballers. Practitioner 1967;198:543-6.

5. Deitrick RE. Oral proteolytic enzymes in the treatment of athletic injuries: A double-blind study. Pennsylvania Med J 1965;Oct:35-7.

6. Rathgeber WF. The use of proteolytic enzymes (Chymoral) in sporting injuries. S Afr Med J 1971;45:181-3.

7. Buck JE, Phillips N. Trial of Chymoral in professional footballers. Br J Clin Pract 1970;24:375-7.

8. Tsomides J, Goldberg RI. Controlled evaluation of oral chymotrypsin-trypsin treatment of injuries to the head and face. Clin Med 1969;76(11):40.

9. Holt HT. Carica papaya as ancillary therapy for athletic injuries. Curr Ther Res 1969;11:621-4.

10. Blonstein JL. Oral enzyme tablets in the treatment of boxing injuries. Practitioner 1967;198:547.

11. Baumuller M. Therapy of ankle joint distortions with hydrolytic enzymes-results from a double blind clinical trial. In Hermans GPH, Mosterd WL, eds. Sports, Medicine and Health. Amsterdam: Excerpta Medica, 1990, 1137.

12. Craig RP. The quantitative evaluation of the use of oral proteolytic enzymes in the treatment of sprained ankles. Injury 1975;6:313-6.

Wound Healing
Dose: 3,000 MCU (2,000 GDU) three times per day for several days, followed by 2,000 MCU three times per day

Supplementation with bromelain, an enzyme derived from pineapple stem, prior to and following a surgical procedure has been shown to reduce swelling, bruising, healing time, and pain.1 Bromelain supplementation has also been shown to accelerate the healing of soft-tissue injuries in male boxers.2 The amount of bromelain used in these studies was 40 mg four times per day, in the form of enteric-coated tablets. Enteric-coating prevents the stomach acid from partially destroying the bromelain. Most currently available bromelain products are not enteric-coated, and it is not known if such products would be as effective as enteric-coated bromelain.

References

1. Tassman G, Zafran J, Zayon G. A double-blind crossover study of a plant proteolytic enzyme in oral surgery. J Dent Med 1965;20:51-4.

2. Blonstein J. Control of swelling in boxing injuries. Practitioner 1960;203:206.

Tendinitis
Dose: 2,000 to 9,000 mcu per day

Bromelain, a proteolytic enzyme, is an anti-inflammatory agent and for this reason is helpful in healing minor injuries, particularly sprains and strains, muscle injuries, and the pain, swelling, and tenderness that accompany sports injuries.1, 2, 3

References

1. Seligman B. Bromelain: an anti-inflammatory agent. Angiology 1962;13:508-10.

2. Cirelli MG. Treatment of inflammation and edema with bromelain. Delaware Med J 1962;34:159-67.

3. Masson M. Bromelain in the treatment of blunt injuries to the musculoskeletal system. A case observation study by an orthopedic surgeon in private practice. Fortschr Med 1995;113:303-6.

Low Back Pain
Dose: 4 to 8 tablets a day of proteolytic enzymes containing trypsin and chymotrypsin, and/or bromelain

Proteolytic enzymes, including bromelain, papain, trypsin, and chymotrypsin, may be helpful in healing minor injuries because they have anti-inflammatory activity and are capable of being absorbed from the gastrointestinal tract.1, 2, 3 Several preliminary trials have reported reduced pain and swelling, and/or faster healing in people with a variety of conditions who use either bromelain4, 5, 6 or papain.7, 8, 9

References

1. Seligman B. Bromelain: an anti-inflammatory agent. Angiology 1962;13:508-10.

2. Castell JV, Friedrich G, Kuhn CS, et al. Intestinal absorption of undegraded proteins in men: presence of bromelain in plasma after oral intake. Am J Physiol 1997;273:G139-46.

3. Miller JM. Absorption of orally introduced proteolytic enzymes. Clin Med 1968;75:35-42 [review].

4. Masson M. Bromelain in the treatment of blunt injuries to the musculoskeletal system. A case observation study by an orthopedic surgeon in private practice. Fortschr Med 1995;113:303-6.

5. Miller JN, Ginsberg M, McElfatrick GC, et al. The administration of bromelain orally in the treatment of inflammation and edema. Exp Med Surg 1964;22:293-9.

6. Cirelli MG. Five years experience with bromelains in therapy of edema and inflammation in postoperative tissue reaction, skin infections and trauma. Clin Med 1967;74(6):55-9.

7. Vallis C, Lund M. Effect of treatment with Carica papaya on resolution of edema and ecchymosis following rhinoplasty. Curr Ther Res 1969;11:356-9.

8. Trickett P. Proteolytic enzymes in treatment of athletic injuries. Appl Ther 1964;6:647-52.

9. Sweeny FJ. Treatment of athletic injuries with an oral proteolytic enzyme. Med Times 1963:91:765.

Thrombophlebitis
Dose: Refer to label instructions
Sinusitis
Dose: 3,000 MCU three times per day

Bromelain, an enzyme derived from pineapple, has been reported to relieve symptoms of acute sinusitis. In a double-blind trial, 87% of patients who took bromelain reported good to excellent results compared with 68% of those taking placebo.1 Other double-blind research has shown that bromelain reduces symptoms of sinusitis.2, 3 Research with bromelain for sinusitis generally uses the enteric-coated form. Enteric-coating prevents the stomach juices from partially destroying the bromelain. Most commercially available bromelain products today are not enteric-coated, and it is not known how the potency of these different products compares.

Studies conducted in the past have used bromelain compounds with therapeutic strengths measured in units called Rorer units (RU). Potency of contemporary bromelain compounds are quantified in either MCUs (milk clotting units) or GDUs (gelatin dissolving units); one GDU equals 1.5 MCU. One gram of bromelain standardized to 2,000 MCU would be approximately equal to 1 gram with 1,200 GDU of activity, or 8 grams with 100,000 RU of activity. Physicians sometimes recommend 3,000 MCU taken three times per day for several days, followed up by 2,000 MCU per day.4 Much of the research conducted has used smaller amounts likely to be the equivalent (in modern units of activity) of approximately 500 MCU taken four times a day.

References

1. Ryan R. A double blind clinical evaluation of bromelains in the treatment of acute sinusitis. Headache 1967;7:13-7.

2. Taub SJ. The use of bromelains in sinusitis: a double-blind evaluation. EENT Monthly 1967;46(3):361-5.

3. Seltzer AP. Adjunctive use of bromelains in sinusitis: a controlled study. EENT Monthly 1967;46(10):1281-8.

4. Gaby AR. The story of bromelain. Nutr Healing May 1995:3, 4, 11.

Asthma
Dose: Refer to label instructions

Bromelain reduces the thickness of mucus, which may be beneficial for those with asthma,1 though clinical actions in asthmatics remain unproven.

References

1. Schafer A, Adelman B. Plasma inhibition of platelet function and of arachidonic acid metabolism. J Clin Invest 1985;75:456-61.

Wound Healing
Dose: 3,000 MCU (2,000 GDU) three times per day for several days, followed by 2,000 MCU three times per day

Supplementation with bromelain, an enzyme derived from pineapple stem, prior to and following a surgical procedure has been shown to reduce swelling, bruising, healing time, and pain.1 Bromelain supplementation has also been shown to accelerate the healing of soft-tissue injuries in male boxers.2 The amount of bromelain used in these studies was 40 mg four times per day, in the form of enteric-coated tablets. Enteric-coating prevents the stomach acid from partially destroying the bromelain. Most currently available bromelain products are not enteric-coated, and it is not known if such products would be as effective as enteric-coated bromelain.

References

1. Tassman G, Zafran J, Zayon G. A double-blind crossover study of a plant proteolytic enzyme in oral surgery. J Dent Med 1965;20:51-4.

2. Blonstein J. Control of swelling in boxing injuries. Practitioner 1960;203:206.

Prostatitis
Dose: 2,000 to 9,000 mcu per day

Quercetin, a flavonoid with anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects, has recently been reported to improve symptoms of NBP and PD. An uncontrolled study reported that 500 mg of quercetin twice daily for at least two weeks significantly improved symptoms in 59% of men with chronic prostatitis.1 These results were confirmed in a double-blind study, in which similar treatment with quercetin for one month improved symptoms in 67% of men with NBP or PD.2 Another uncontrolled study combined 1,000 mg per day of quercetin with the enzymes bromelain and papain, resulting in significant improvement of symptoms.3 Bromelain and papain promote absorption of quercetin and have anti-inflammatory effects as well.4

References

1. Shoskes DA. Use of the bioflavonoid quercetin in patients with longstanding chronic prostatitis. JANA 1999;2:36-9.

2. Shoskes DA, Zeitlin SI, Shahed A, Rajfer J. Quercetin in men with category III chronic prostatitis: a preliminary prospective, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial. Urology 1999; 54:960-3.

3. Shoskes DA, Zeitlin SI, Shahed A, Rajfer J. Quercetin in men with category III chronic prostatitis: a preliminary prospective, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial. Urology 1999; 54:960-3.

4. Izaka K, Yamada M, Kawano T, Suyama T. Gastrointestinal absorption and anti-inflammatory effect of bromelain. Jpn J Pharmacol 1972;22:519-34.

Urinary Tract Infection
Dose: 400 mg daily

The proteolytic enzymes, bromelain (from pineapple) and trypsin may enhance the effectiveness of antibiotics in people with a UTI. In a double-blind trial, people with UTIs received antibiotics plus either bromelain/trypsin in combination (400 mg per day for two days) or a placebo. One hundred percent of those who received the enzymes had a resolution of their infection, compared with only 46% of those given the placebo.1 This study used enteric-coated tablets. Enteric-coating prevents stomach acid from partially destroying the bromelain. Most commercially available bromelain products today are not enteric-coated, and it is not known if non-enteric coated preparations would be as effective.

References

1. Mori S, Ojima Y, Hirose T, et al. The clinical effect of proteolytic enzyme containing bromelain and trypsin on urinary tract infection evaluated by double blind method. Acta Obstet Gynaecol Jpn 1972;19:147-53.

Low Back Pain
Dose: 4 to 8 tablets a day of proteolytic enzymes containing trypsin and chymotrypsin, and/or bromelain

Proteolytic enzymes, including bromelain, papain, trypsin, and chymotrypsin, may be helpful in healing minor injuries because they have anti-inflammatory activity and are capable of being absorbed from the gastrointestinal tract.1, 2, 3 Several preliminary trials have reported reduced pain and swelling, and/or faster healing in people with a variety of conditions who use either bromelain4, 5, 6 or papain.7, 8, 9

References

1. Seligman B. Bromelain: an anti-inflammatory agent. Angiology 1962;13:508-10.

2. Castell JV, Friedrich G, Kuhn CS, et al. Intestinal absorption of undegraded proteins in men: presence of bromelain in plasma after oral intake. Am J Physiol 1997;273:G139-46.

3. Miller JM. Absorption of orally introduced proteolytic enzymes. Clin Med 1968;75:35-42 [review].

4. Masson M. Bromelain in the treatment of blunt injuries to the musculoskeletal system. A case observation study by an orthopedic surgeon in private practice. Fortschr Med 1995;113:303-6.

5. Miller JN, Ginsberg M, McElfatrick GC, et al. The administration of bromelain orally in the treatment of inflammation and edema. Exp Med Surg 1964;22:293-9.

6. Cirelli MG. Five years experience with bromelains in therapy of edema and inflammation in postoperative tissue reaction, skin infections and trauma. Clin Med 1967;74(6):55-9.

7. Vallis C, Lund M. Effect of treatment with Carica papaya on resolution of edema and ecchymosis following rhinoplasty. Curr Ther Res 1969;11:356-9.

8. Trickett P. Proteolytic enzymes in treatment of athletic injuries. Appl Ther 1964;6:647-52.

9. Sweeny FJ. Treatment of athletic injuries with an oral proteolytic enzyme. Med Times 1963:91:765.

Rheumatoid Arthritis
Dose: Refer to label instructions

Bromelain has significant anti-inflammatory activity. Many years ago in a preliminary trial, people with RA who were given bromelain supplements experienced a decrease in joint swelling and improvement in joint mobility.1 The amount of bromelain used in that trial was 20-40 mg, three or four times per day, in the form of enteric-coated tablets. The authors provided no information about the strength of activity in the bromelain supplements that were used. (Today, better quality bromelain supplements are listed in gelatin-dissolving units [GDU] or in milk-clotting units [MCU].) Enteric-coating protects bromelain from exposure to stomach acid. Most commercially available bromelain products today are not enteric-coated.

References

1. Cohen A, Goldman J. Bromelain therapy in rheumatoid arthritis. Pennsylvania Med J 1964;67:27-30.

Angina
Dose: Refer to label instructions

Bromelain has been reported in a preliminary study to relieve angina. In that study, 600 people with cancer were receiving bromelain (400 to 1,000 mg per day). Fourteen of those individuals had been suffering from angina. In all 14 cases, the angina disappeared within 4 to 90 days after starting bromelain.1 However, as there was no control group in the study, the possibility of a placebo effect cannot be ruled out. Bromelain is known to prevent excessive stickiness of blood platelets,2 which is believed to be one of the triggering factors for angina.

References

1. Nieper H. Effect of bromelain on coronary heart diseases and angina pectoris. J Int Acad Prev Med 1976;3(2):62-3.

2. Heinicke R, van der Wal L, Yokoyama M. Effect of bromelain (Ananase) on human platelet aggregation. Experientia 1972;28:844-5.

Bromelain, derived from the pineapple plant, is one of a group of proteolytic enzymes (enzymes capable of digesting protein).

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CONCRET 1008695ProMera Health™ CON-CRET® - Pineapple
 
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Pros

  • Boosts energy (3)
  • Builds muscle (3)
  • Tasty (3)

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    5.0

    Best Creatine Out There, Period.

    By VVSKING

    from Anaheim,CA

    About Me Basketball player, Competitive Athlete

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    Pros

    • Builds Muscle
    • High Quality
    • Tastes Good
    • Tasty

    Cons

    • price

    Best Uses

    • After Workout
    • Before Workout

    Comments about CONCRET 1008695 ProMera Health™ CON-CRET® - Pineapple:

    This is the best quality creatine out there. 2 scoops if you are 180-200lbs. Stock up when they go on sale as they are expensive. I play basketball def. helps with explosiveness.

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    4.0

    Good stuff

    By alherr2000

    from San Antonio, TX

    About Me Competitive Athlete

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    Pros

    • Boosts Energy
    • Quickens Recovery Time

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      • After Workout
      • Before Workout
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      Comments about CONCRET 1008695 ProMera Health™ CON-CRET® - Pineapple:

      I started taking this pre-workout and has helped increase the intensity in both reps and weight. Taste good too. I don't miss the stomach issues with regular creatine mono. Only draw back is price.

       
      5.0

      I like it a lot!

      By b.niemuth

      from Iowa

      About Me Runner, Work out 6 days per week

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      Pros

      • Builds Muscle
      • Tasty

      Cons

      • None

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      • Before Workout
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      Comments about CONCRET 1008695 ProMera Health™ CON-CRET® - Pineapple:

      I take this after my run and before my workout. I replaced another product I had been using with this product and prefer it quite a bit. Both flavors are fine, but I like pineapple slightly better.

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      5.0

      Amazing

      By nmc126

      from Syracuse, NY

      About Me Daily workout

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      Pros

      • Boosts Energy
      • Effective
      • No side effects
      • Tastes good

      Cons

      • Expensive

      Best Uses

      • Before Workout
      • Everyday

      Comments about CONCRET 1008695 ProMera Health™ CON-CRET® - Pineapple:

      The first day I took con-cret, I noticed an immediate difference. I could bench more and I didn't get tired nearly as fast. I felt like I had so much more energy. I have been taking con-cret creatine for a month now, and I have built a considerable amount of muscle since then. No unwanted fat-gain, mixes easy, boosts energy, helps gain muscle, tastes good (good enough). I highly recommend it. My ONLY complain would be the price, but for any serious lifters, it's worth it.

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          Comments about CONCRET 1008695 ProMera Health™ CON-CRET® - Pineapple:

          Dosage as compared to price would need to purchase several bottles at a time to finish a month. The idea is nice but im tired of being ripped off.

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          5.0

          The truth

          By balsout04

          from military on the go

          About Me Militarylaw enforcement

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          Pros

          • Boosts Energy
          • Builds Muscle
          • Good Value
          • Quickens Recovery Time
          • Tasty

          Cons

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            • Before Workout
            • Everyday

            Comments about CONCRET 1008695 ProMera Health™ CON-CRET® - Pineapple:

            Concrete is it! I don't know what it is but this stuff really wakes my muscles up. It works better than any other creatine I've tried, and I don't have to urinate every 10 minutes after taking it. I stack it with Jack3d and I never want to leave the gym.

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