4EverFit Creatine Monohydrate Reviews
Every athlete, bodybuilder or gym rat should have creatine on his “best friends’ list” alongside his wife and tailgate buddies.
Simply put, creatine is one of the most effective anabolic agents known to man when it can be absorbed efficiently and is found in the right grade.
That said, not all forms of creatine are as effective as others. Along those lines, the best creatine-based supplements are also those that contain the highest grade of creatine. You know how cars perform more efficiently when ran on higher-graded gasoline? Well, the same concept goes for creatine. Except its your body that performs more efficiently instead of a car.
The idea that you should be pumping your body with the highest grade of creatine possible holds even further weight with pure creatine blends. Because these blends don’t have other ingredients that can enhance their quality, it is essential that they possess a form of creatine that can get the job done.
Speaking of pure creatine blends, we’re going to look at one pure creatine product in particular, named 4EverFit Creatine Monohydrate. As its name suggests, this product is manufactured by a company called 4EverFit and contains creatine monohydrate.
What Does This Product Do?
Like any typical creatine supplement, 4EverFit Creatine Monohydrate has the ability to help a user increase the intensity of his or her workouts. In turn, this should lead to faster results when it comes to muscle and performance gains.
This is all made possible because any form of creatine, including creatine monohydrate, has the unique capability to enhance a body’s rate of ATP-resynthesis and ADP-to-ATP conversion.
The question is, how effectively and efficiently does creatine monohydrate do so?
Does This Product Work?
For the most part, creatine monohydrate is typically effective when its found in ample amounts and in “micronized” form.
And while a single serving of 4EverFit Creatine Monohydrate contains 5 grams of creatine monohydrate – which is more than enough to the job done – we found no evidence to suggest that its been “micronized.”
You see, the smaller a creatine molecule is, the faster it can be absorbed, transported, and taken by muscle cells. Likewise, at regular size, our bodies often don’t absorb creatine as readily as we’d like.
As such, we are concerned about the absorbency rate of 4EverFit Creatine Monohydrate. In addition, creatine monohydrate is also susceptible to creatinine conversion. If you’re unfamiliar with creatinine, its a toxin that can be created when creatine mixes with water.
That said, some forms of creatine are more unstable than others – with creatine monohydrate being one of the more unstable forms, which is why it’s susceptible to creatinine conversion.
Now then, have you ever heard from others that creatine can cause bloating and other annoying side effects? Well, these side effects are often the byproduct of creatinine. Further, in an attempt to dilute creatinine, our bodies often take on more water weight than is necessary.
Should You Try This Product?
To make a long story short, not only are we worried about the absorbency rate of 4EverFit Creatine Monohydrate, but we are also worried that it may consistently cause side effects.
With this in mind, even though 4EverFit Creatine Monohydrate is very affordable at a price of $12.95 per 200-serving/1 lb. tub, we would not recommend its use.