Muscle Tech’s Cell Tech Review

I'm sure you're well aware of who Muscle Tech is and what their flagship product is, cell tech.

Just take a look at any muscle magazine and you'll see multi coloured ads with top ranked body builders endorsing their products.

Muscle Tech are the makers of Nitro Tech and Hydroxycut - Two of their best selling products.

I have to say, there is a lot of hype surrounding Muscle Tech's flagship product - Cell Tech. This company pours millions into their advertising and spares no expense when it comes to top body builders endorsing their products.

Cell Tech is considered a second generation creatine product that's designed to push as much creatine into your muscles using a delivery - transport system.

This creatine product works much the same as others in it's class, such as EAS' Phosphagen HP. Basically, creatine gets crammed into the muscle cell with the help of sugar, which acts as the main transport for the creatine. As we all know, sugars will greatly enhance the uptake of creatine within the muscle cells. No secret here. However, the trick is to use enough simple carbs, such as dextrose in the correct amounts in order for it to be effective. Also, the correct carbohydrate must be used.

Do any of you remember when the best advice for weight trainers was to drink your creatine with grape juice? Well, it worked but it was still not enough sugar to maximize the creatine uptake. Therefore, creatine was left on the table when it could have been used. All Muscle Tech did was to add 75 grams of quick acting dextrose to it's formula, which is more than enough to get the job done. By drinking this formula immediately after a workout, it's effects are greatly enhanced because our bodies become one big sponge, soaking up anything that goes in.

I originally tried this product because it had a lemon lime flavour (which I like). The results were very positive and I was more than satisfied with the outcome. I'll be honest, the stuff works if you have take it immediately after a workout and are consistent with it.

Over the years, Cell Tech has also been one of my favourites because the product works. However, with the new advancements in creatine products, I feel you are probably better off using a product such as Dymatize’s Xpand or San V12 Turbo. It might cost you a few extra dollars, but the pay off in new strength will be worth the extra money you spend.

I give Muscle Tech’s Cell Tech a 7 out of 10.

What’s in it?

Nutrition Facts:

• Serving Size (scoop) 2
• Servings Per Can 20
• Calories 300
• Creatine Monohydrate 10g
• Sodium (mg) 60
• Potassium (mg) 150
• Total Carbs (g) 75
• Sugars (g) 75
• Calcium(qmg) 20
• Vitamin C(mg) 250

Ingredient Details:

Pharmaceutical-grade Dextrose, HPLC-tested pure creatine monohydrate, taurine, citric acid, natural & artificial flavors, dipotassium phosphate, disodium phosphate, magnesium phosphate, ascorbic acid, lipoic acid, FD&C Blue #2, chromium picolinate.

All the best,


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