I have not used it personally, but the research is pointing that way. The Kre-Alkalyn form of creatine does not break down as fast as other forms of creatine, through form giving the consumer a pure dose of creatine. By doing this you do not need as much of the product to get the same amount of gains from later versions of creatine, making it more cost effective. It also does not give the user that old bloat feeling when on creatine. You are also able to keep more of your gains when cycling off the product.
I've spoken to two people that used "Kre" and they actually said it didn't work as well and they are now back on regular creatine powder. The question I have is does Kre or creatine PH have any correlation to the PH in the body? since everyone's PH may vary wouldn't both supplements react different? I don't claim to be a scientist or biologist but I do know different chemicals react different in the human body and the more and more drug companies race to be the next big thing I do know that these supplements are becoming more and more of a chemical substance than a natural substance.
Can someone who's not selling either of these products shed some light on my concerns and thoughts.
I had my son on Kre last year and he put 25 lbs of lean muscle on and lowered his 40 times a bit I noticed a difference in strength as well as focus and less stomach (tummy aches) using it with the Jackd 3d and ZMA stacked with Amino Acids.
I made sure he was drinking recovery drink within 30 minutes of his workout as well as getting getting 52 grams of protein (shake) and 20 (buffalo jerky) immediately after.
He looks good last year and next year I would like to see him up 20 to 25 with anpother .1 off his 40 time.
I will say it works I got my design from Tayler Melafant the corner from NAU. That kid is a