Twinlab's Creatine Fuel Review

twinlab creatine fuel

I paid about 20 bucks for Creatine fuel by twinlab.

I like it alot! In about a month I've noticed my muscles were much bigger and my gym days were much more intense.

BUY IT! It works

Out of a 5, I give Creatine Fuel a 4.5 out of 5.

- Review submitted by: Joe

*Editors Note*

Twinlab is a well established supplement company that's been around for over 15 years. They operate out of 3 locations;

- American Fork, UT
- New York, NY
- Grand Rapids, MI

As of 2003, the Twinlab brand was bought out by ISI Brands Inc. ISI is a huge health and supplement company that offers products for health, aging, prenatal and pediatrics, weight management, and specialty supplements.

Creatine Fuel is a bare bones, first generation creatine formula. That is, there are no added ingredients to the creatine - It's straight up creatine monohydrate. According to the label, each 3 capsule serving contains:

- 2.1 grams of creatine monohydrate

Therefore, each capsule contains about 700 milligrams of creatine. The cost for a 60 capsule container costs $11.75 USD. The cost per capsule is $.19 and a serving will cost you $.58. However, let's face it, 2.1 grams of creatine is not enough for those of us who weight over 160 pounds. Most of us will need 5 grams of creatine per serving. This brings the price per 6 capsules to $1.14.

At 3 capsules, there are 20 servings. At 6 capsules, therre are 10 servings. I'll be honest with you, your better off going with a creatine monohydrate powder like 4Ever Fit. You can get 1 KG powdered creatine monohydrate container for 20 bucks and have about 200 servings of creatine (as opposed to 10!) in 5 gram doses. Much more cost effective.


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