What You Should Know
All American EFX markets Kre-Celazine for joint and muscle health. The company offers a long list of bodybuilding supplements including common supplements like creatine and protein. The product contains only one ingredient created from two ingredients being bound together in a lab. The two ingredients are commonly used in bodybuilding. We could find no reference to a free trial so bodybuilders will need to try the product on trust. There are no testimonials or reviews of the product offered either. Contact information is listed on the official front page of the All American EFX website. Online ordering is supported.
List of Ingredients
Kre-Alkalyn and Fatty Acids.
Kre-Alkalyn is a creatine supplement that has been buffered. Typically, creatine is taken orally and the stomach starts the digestion process; breaking down the creatine. By the time the supplement makes it into the bloodstream there is very little creatine making it to the muscle. Buffered creatine supposedly lasts longer preventing early breakdown of the creatine. This allows more of the creatine to be absorbed into the bloodstream and thus reach the muscle.
All American EFX claims buffered creatine does not cause the side effects associated with creatine like bloating and water retention. We could find no user testimonials supporting this claim. Creatine swells the muscle that is just the way bodybuilders like it. Anyone who has seen a bodybuilder off season will note the water retention. This is associated, in part, to taking creatine during the growing phase.
Fatty Acids are a healthy addition to any supplement. There is an imbalance of fatty acids in most people so supplementing these is crucial for good health if the diet is not rich in fatty fish. Humans often have enough Omega 6 fatty acids and not enough Omega 3 fatty acids, so we hope this supplement includes Omega 3s.
All American EFX Kre-Celazine sells for about $40 per bottle. This price is much higher than other creatine supplements and fish oil supplements. Bodybuilders are likely getting creatine from other sources so taking a fish oil capsule could be enough to support joint health.
- The ingredient label is posted online.
- Online ordering is supported.
- Creatine does not improve joint mobility.
- The price is too high for a creatine and fish oil supplement.
- No free trial is offered.
- Ingredient list is hard to find.
- The source of fatty acids is not revealed.
This supplement is generally worthless to the bodybuilder. Chances are bodybuilders are already taking a creatine supplement and fish oil is priced far less than $40 per bottle. Dieters can also take advantage of fatty acid supplementation for heart health and improved general health, but not with the Kre-Celazine product.