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A daily 3g intake of creatine has been proven to increase high-intensity performance. Our leading range of creatine supplements — including Creapure® creatine monohydrate, creatine HCL and micronised creatine — have been perfected over our 25 years in the sports nutrition industry. So, shop creatine powders, tablets and capsules today and get the most out of those intense training sessions.

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Explore our leading range of creatine, creatine monohydrate, creatine HCL and micronised creatine available in powder, tablet and capsule forms. 
Check out our blog to get the complete lowdown on: creatine 101: everything about supplementing your diet with creatine to improve training results. Plus, discover great workout inspiration like these 4 home exercises for bigger chest muscles.

What is Creatine and how do I take it?

Creatine is one of the most widely studied supplements in the world and supplementing 3g a day has been proven to help improve performance during high-intensity exercise. Creatine is safe for men and women and can be taken as a powder, tablet or capsule.

What does Creatine do?

Creatine is a natural substance that helps make adenosine triphosphate (ATP), which is responsible for providing energy for muscle contractions. Creatine supplements can help you produce more ATP and so increase your workout intensity, especially for sports involving short, fast and explosive movements.

What types of Creatine are there?

There are many types of creatine out there, including creatine HCL, micronised creatine and creatine ethyl ester. Creatine monohydrate, however, is the most studied form of creatine. It’s effective, affordable and often seen as the gold standard of creatine supplements.

When is the best time to take Creatine?

You can take creatine at any time during the day. To keep your creatine storage saturated, take your supplement on rest days as well as on days that you actively train — to help achieve the best results.


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