As this pH graph illustrates, Kre-Alkalyn's patent covers all pH levels from 7-14. Therefore, the pH of all other creatine products must be pH 6.9 or less - meaning they will convert to creatinine in liquids.
QUESTION #3: WHY CHOOSE CREATINE MONOHYDRATE OVER ANYTHING ELSE?
- Creatine Monohydrate is the ONLY form of creatine backed by 200+ studies.
- Over 70 published in peer-reviewed journals.
- Just like 2 + 2 always equals 4... the end result of the initial creatine synthesis process is ALWAYS Creatine Monohydrate. You CANNOT make any other 'form' of creatine from scratch.
Wanna take a guess what Kre-Alkalyn® EFX is?
You got it! Kre-Alkalyn® EFX tests out as 99.9% pure creatine monohydrate!
QUESTION #4: WHY DOES INDUSTRY EXPERT 'X' SAY CREATINE ISN'T UNSTABLE?
Don't take our word for it. Let's see what the Merck Index has to say instead. What's the Merck Index you ask? It's THE go-to reference used by chemists, biochemists, etc. - it's a standard fixture in every lab.
Under the heading, Creatine (#2637, pg. 435 of the 12th edition) we read: "In aqueous solution creatinine is formed...". As for the pH of creatine, "...and aqueous and alkaline solutions contain an equilibrium mixture of creatine and creatinine, while in acid solution the formation of creatinine is complete".
Furthermore, this highly respected publication also points out this information is based on research performed... back in 1928. In other words, science has known about creatine's stability issue for over 84 years!