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Creatine Chews Review

When going into the details of Creatine chews we will not be covering the benefits that we get from taking in Creatine monohydrate and all the controversy about the absorption rate etc. Creatine chews are a simple and easy way to increase your Creatine intake.

Creatine Chews were developed with a very special tri-glycemic carbohydrate matrix which creates the required metabolic environment that is needed to help enhance the uptake of creatine by muscle cells. With Creatine Chews, there has never been a better or easier way to get your creatine.

The advantages of increasing your muscle mass and your strength will enable you to get all the many other benefits of using Creatine monohydrate that include cellular hydration and the end result of weight gain that you get from the increased amount of ATP Synthesis going on in your body.

Creatine Chews come in a small, compact tablet that is easy to carry and use. Each serving contains a full 5g of our pure USP Creatine in a Glycocarb Complex base (a new tri-glycemic carb matrix) that is able to help optimize your Creatine uptake. They have no fat and no cholesterol so the next time you find yourself on the run, you can simply take a few in your pocket for a refreshingly tart orange chewable tablet any-time, anywhere.

Homemade Creatine Chews Recipe

There are simple instructions that you can get online on exactly how to make these chewable Creatine tablets very easily at home. You can make it easily in any well stocked kitchen and only need to purchase a few additional ingredients like 4 envelopes of Knox unflavored powdered gelatin that is softened in 1/4 cup water and 36 grams creatine (about 1.25 oz) and you are all set.

Below is the full list of ingredients that you will need plus a brief explanation on exactly what needs to be done.

6 tbs. corn sugar (dextrose)
2/3 cup orange juice, strained of pulp
6 tbs. light corn syrup
4 envelopes Knox unflavored powdered gelatin, softened in 1/4 cup water
1/4 tsp. orange food coloring
1/2 tsp. orange extract
36 grams creatine (about 1.25 oz)
Confectioner’s sugar


Add the creatine to the corn sugar and mix to disperse and the combine the creatine/dextrose mixture with the orange juice and corn syrup in a pan and heat them slowly, stirring with a wire whisk until the sugar mixture dissolves. Continue to stir until the mixture just begins to boil.

Remove the pan from the burner and add the gelatin (when you combine the ¼ cup water with the 4 envelopes of powdered gelatin it will turn into a big glob - don't worry, it will dissolve in the juice mixture). Continue stirring the mixture until the gelatin dissolves.

Add the food coloring and the orange extract and stir until the mixture is evenly colored. Pour the mixture into a dampened, 6" square baking pan. Let the mixture set in a cool place for at least six hours, or overnight. When firm, cut into 36 squares, remove each square from the pan and roll in confectioner's sugar to coat.

Makes 36 candy squares, each containing:

28.75 calories 6.5g carbohydrates .67g protein 0 fats 1g creatine

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