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The World's First and Only Pure CONCENTRATED CREATINE
59 times more potent than standard creatines
Micro-Dosing based on body weight

No Loading - No Side Effects

WHY CREATINE? It's an essential molecule for the body's process of making functional energy. It catalyzes "fuel" for every cell in the body. However, many people's diets often lack natural creatine and therefore supplementation is advised to increase or maintain overall health, and is critical for muscle strength, endurance and recovery when exercising.

WHY CON-CRéT®? Six years of research has produced the most potent and soluble creatine on the market. The result is CREATINE MICRO-DOSING® which maximizes bio-availability and does away with the negative side effects (cramping, water retention, bloating and diarrhea) of other inefficient creatine supplements that require massive doses.

WHY IS CREATINE SOLUBILITY IMPORTANT? Because if it doesn't dissolve, it doesn't get into your bloodstream and into your cells (solubility = potency).


For the first time in over twenty years of formal academic creatine research, convincing evidence has shown a significant improvement in creatine plasma uptake.

In this peer-reviewed, Division I university-based, double-blind, placebo-controlled, balanced crossover, in-vitro study, Con-Crét® demonstrated superior uptake when compared to creatine monohydrate and other leading creating products

* 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

Recommended Use: Take 1 hour prior to workout or competition. Mix with 4-6 ounces of juice or water. Can take on an empty stomach or with food. Can mix with protein. No need to stack with other creatine products
MICRO-DOSING®: No loading or cycling required.

  • Normal workouts: 1 scoop per 100 lbs. body weight.
  • Intense workouts: 1-2 scoops per 100 lbs body weight.
  • Off days: take 1 scoop per 100 lbs. body weight to assist in muscle recovery

Serving Size 0.25 teaspoon(s)
Servings Per Container 48
Amount Per Serving % DV
100% Concentrated Creatine 750.00 mg **
** Daily Value (DV) not established

No Sugar, No Binders or Fillers, No extenders or excipients

Warning: As with any supplement product maintain adequate hydration. CON-CRET is not a steroid. It is safe, legal, and natural. CON-CRET is made in the USA and complies with cGMP.

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Kombucha: Pros and Cons

Kombucha: Pros and Cons
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Kombucha, the trendiest fermented drink in the beverage aisle, has continued to rise in popularity over the past decade, with sales expected to reach $500 million by 2015. As with many other popular health products, an entire mythology has developed around it; some advocates claim kombucha is an elixir for a variety of bodily ills, while critics label it as a potentially dangerous fad. However, according to a recent article in The Washington Post, the reality is more nuanced- kombucha may have some health-promoting properties, although it is certainly not a cure-all. Here are some things that can be said about kombucha:
  • There have been few, if any, clinical trials studying the effects of kombucha on humans. For that reason, there is not a lot of direct evidence linking kombucha to any particular health benefits.
  • Nevertheless, kombucha is a probiotic beverage (because it is made with live bacteria and yeasts) that contains B vitamins and antioxidants. Certain types of probiotics have been shown to help with irritable bowel syndrome and a number of other conditions.
  • Pasteurization kills probiotic microorganisms. For some groups, such as children, pregnant women, and those with compromised immune systems, buying pasteurized kombucha might be the way to go in order to minimize the risk of contamination. Otherwise, buying unpasteurized kombucha from a reputable manufacturer is a good strategy to ensure the presence of live cultures.
  • The fermentation process does produce some alcohol. By law, kombucha products must contain less than .5% alcohol content (a trace amount). However, kombucha does have the potential to become more alcoholic, especially when brewed at home.
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