Creatine monohydrate is better than creatine ethyl ester. This isn’t an opinion. It’s hard scientific fact.
A research team from Baylor University, Texas A&M, Purdue University, and the U.S. Military Academy tested the results of creatine monohydrate versus creatine ethyl ester. The results of the study were clear. Creatine ethyl ester was worse than creatine monohydrate at increasing muscle mass , increasing strength, and increasing muscle creatine levels in the body.
So why do people still buy it? Because sellers advertise that it has a better absorption rate into the muscles and lasts longer in the body because it is more lipophilic (it does better in water). However, the science says that if you want results, creatine ethyl ester doesn’t measure up to good ol’ creatine monohydrate.
Now there is one product with creatine ethyl ester that we recommend, but that is because it isn’t just creatine ethyl ester, its combined with amino acids, nitric oxide, and a bunch of other ingredients that work together that make up for creatine ethyl ester’s shortcomings. That product is NO-Xplode
If you feel the need to buy any version of Creatine Ethyl Ester, make sure it’s NO-Xplode, its the only one we recommend.