What You Should Know
Creabolan is an amino acid and Creatine stack from Syn-Tec. The purpose of the supplement is to supply energy to muscles and foster growth. The body naturally produces creatine, so Creabolan simply takes the growth process to the next level. What Syn-Tec doesn’t tell you is Creatine is also found in food sources. In essence, there may not be a need to purchase a supplement for $69, when you could simply consume more meat.
List of Ingredients
- Dextrose Monohydrate
- Creatine Monohydrate
- L- Isoleucine
- Arginine Alpha Ketogluturate
- Piper Nigrum
- Ascorbic Acid
- Vitamin B1
- Vitamin B2
- Vitamin B3
- Vitamin B5
- Vitamin B6
The makers of Creabolan insist the supplement is necessary to fuel the muscles and promote growth. The main ingredient, Creatine, is the key component of the growth. Considering the body produces Creatine, we wonder if the supplement is in fact necessary. The body will only use a certain amount of Creatine; the rest exits the body though waste.
Aside from the unneeded amount of Creatine, we noticed several ingredients commonly found in food. We like that Creabolan contains vitamins and nutrients. Unfortunately, the same vitamins and nutrients are found in leafy vegetables and meats. In essence, there is nothing extraordinary provided by taking the supplement on a regular basis.
When searching through the official website, we noticed the price. Creabolan is listed for $69. This is by far more expensive than similar products on the market. We don’t think the budget-conscience dieter will be willing to invest in a supplement no designed for weight loss. Speaking of weight loss, the product is not backed by scientific research or clinical trials.
- The supplement is available to purchase on the official website.
- There is a variety of flavors.
- The supplement contains vital vitamins and nutrients.
- The ingredient list is available for on the official website.
- Creatine is naturally produced in the body.
- Creatine is found in a variety of foods.
- The supplement is expensive.
- There is no guarantee of weight loss.
- The effectiveness is not linked to scientific research or clinical trials.
Companies love to promote Creatine as if the ingredient possesses magical properties. Creatine is naturally produced in the body as well as in certain meats. Creabolan simply adds to the amount of Creatine produced. The concern is the body only uses a certain amount, with the rest removed through waste. Dieters want a supplement that will work and we cannot guarantee Creabolan works. There are no clinical trials or scientific research associated with the supplement.