Con-Cret Creatine Review

By: Rob Miller
Fact Checked On: 6-22-2024

con-cret reviewsRight off the bat Con-Cret creatine supplement stood out to us.

Billed as the world’s first and only pure concentrated creatine, it promises to be 59% more soluble and to require only ¼ teaspoon per 100 lbs of body weight.

It also promises to be free of side effects and to work without the need for loading.

To say the least, we were intrigued, so we decided to take a look and see if this product could possibly live up to the hype and claims surrounding it.

How Does Con-Cret Work?

Con-Cret is designed to work alongside a great diet and lifestyle.

The company works hard to explain the science of microdosing and how the product works.

The product purports to boost stamina, strength, endurance, and recovery, all while being taken in incredibly small doses.

It is easy to follow the ingredient listing, as 100% concentrated creatine hydrochloride is the ONLY ingredient in this product.

There are no additives, no flavors, and no fillers.

It can be easily mixed with water or juice and does have a tart taste due to its pH alignment with your digestive system.

The company website is packed with research and information to help ensure that users understand how the product works and why it is so effective.

The site offers a simple redirect for users looking to purchase Con-Cret, which costs only $35 per container and comes in raw or blue raspberry flavor.

User Reviews

As for user reviews, there are plenty.People are quick to say that the product offers “increased muscle mass and definition” as well as that if offers great results “without side effects and bloat”.

The product has testimonials from some very well reputed strongmen and fitness experts as well as traditional builders of all experience levels.

The one thing that is consistent among the reviews, however, is a firm belief that this is the best creatine supplement on the market today.

“I used Con-Cret for about 2 weeks, and I can honestly say that it was one of the more effective creatine supplements I have ever tried. While the taste was horrible, there was nothing that a little oj couldn’t handle. I recommend it to anyone looking to add creatine to their dietary supplementation.”
Phil, Florida


Recommending a product like Con-Cret is a no brainer.

The product is incredibly well researched and well designed and was created to offer maximum benefit with minimal side effects and risk.

This is the very picture of what mass builders should be looking for in a supplement and user reviews indicate that the product lives up to all of its claims.

In short, we certainly recommend Con-Cret for users looking to maximize their workout without taking massive creatine doses or needing to focus on loading.

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Author: Rob Miller

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Rob Miller founded over 7 years ago, and has been the chief editor ever since. He has a diploma in Advanced Dietary Supplements Advisor, and worked at GNC for 3 years. He KNOWS supplements, both inside and out. Rob currently resides in Jupiter, FL, with his wife of 4 years.  Learn more about him in his Bio here. Follow him on Twitter , Facebook, LinkedIn, or find him on Google +.

7 comments on “Con-Cret Creatine Review”

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  1. Beachbody performance line: have you reviewed these products? I liked that they’re NSF and they have great reviews, but hard to know who is a schill.

    I use primarily BB supplements because I like their integrity and commitment to safe products, but these are expensive in my opinion. I am training for a competition, so the cost may not be a concern if the results are over the top.

    Excited to know your thoughts.

    1. Hey Gilly,

      I haven’t checked them out yet, but if you give me a few weeks, I’ll write up some reviews and let you know when I post them to the website.

      1. Cool! I am starting my training (serious training) in a little more than a month.

        Until then I have lots to go through so I am not got for an answer. I look forward to hearing your thoughts.
  2. Hi Rob.
    Thanks for your quick response.

    So, I am lost when it comes to the various types of creatine. It would mean a lot to me if you can clarify for me the differences between kre alkaline, monohydrate, and hydrochloride.

    I know what I’ve read but I also know that often times those that claim to be in the know often times are getting their pockets well padded with bias. I hope that you are not one of those critics.

    I really need to believe in a non-biased critic. I know the monohydrates have been the norm for so long and is cheaper but I’m not wanting water weight or bloat.

    Have you ever done a review of PRO-RX MUSCLE PUMP? It’s a kre-alkalyn and I bought a three month supply because a review said it was the greatest and a body builder I once ran into said that is what he uses.

    I caould go on and on but really is there anyway way you can set me straight? Thanks, Rob.

    1. Hey Rob,
      Good question, and one that I get very often. Yes, there are different types of creatine, but the bottom line is they all do almost EXACTLY the same thing. Here are the 3 primary effects of creatine on the body:

      – Increase Muscle Mass
      – Improve strength
      – Increase energy for short burst exercises, like High Intensity Interval training and sprinting

      And here are the pro’s to each:

      KRE Alkaline – You don’t need a “loading” phase, less potential for side effects like bloating and stomach aches.

      Monohydrate – Cheapest, Most clinically studied, easiest to use
      HCL – Really no difference between this and Monohydrate

      I have never heard of Pro-RX muscle pump, will have to look into that.

  3. Just trying to figure out why a score of only 3.5 out of 5 when the recommended use of this product was a “no brainer”. Would like to know more.

    1. Hey Rob,
      That’s a great question. Con-Cret Creatine is very good, but not the best. I reserve 5 star ratings for the very best products, and when it comes to creatine supplements, that honor goes to Muscle Advance Creatine.


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