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Creatine HCI A Better Creatine

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Creatine hydrochloride (HCI) is a form of creatine, a naturally occurring compound that is found in small amounts in certain foods and is also produced by the body. Creatine HCL is a more soluble form of creatine, meaning it is easier for the body to absorb and use. It is often used as a supplement to improve athletic performance, particularly for high-intensity, short-duration activities such as weightlifting and sprinting. It may also help to increase muscle mass, strength, and power. Some research suggests that Creatine HCL may be more effective than creatine monohydrate.

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