Hey, just wondering what people thought about MRI’s new product CE2, and if ya’ll think its worth the $80 price tag.
I googled it and gathered that it’s creatine.
To me, no creatine is worth 80 bucks.
Stick to basic creatine, without the bells and whistles.
…To me, no creatine is worth 80 bucks…[/quote]
That is, unless you are talking about a 10 kilo drum of creatine! Nothing like a supply that will last me through the remainder of my twenties!
In all seriousness, though, creatine monohydrate works just fine in its unadulterated, unenhanced form. Plus, it cost a tiny fraction of what the bells+whistles formulas cost. Short answer: No, not worth it at all.
Are companies still screwing with creatine formulas? If it costs more than $30.00 a kilo, it aint worth it.
Just throw it in your coffee or tea with a little sugar and you will have a “super turbo uptake transport system with added potentiation for fat burning, combined with anti-oxidants to rectify the free radicals brought on by stress, Plus the added benifit of a contoured dosing schedule that you can determine!”
Now send me the money you would have spent.That hyperbole gets expensive, and those excalmation points aren’t cheap either.