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Hyper Gain: Review Examining ASR's Creatine Supplement Released By QuickMuscleBuildingTips.com
Date:1/12/2013

Houston, TX (PRWEB) January 12, 2013

Hyper Gain, a supplement that provides the cells of the body with Creatine but in a stabilized form known as Kre-Alkalyn that doesn’t convert to Creatinine in liquids before reaching the muscle cells has caught the attention of QuickMuscleBuildingTips.com’s Stan Stevenson, prompting investigative reviews.

“You only have to take three capsules of Hyper Gain to get the same effects as 15 grams of regular Creatine Monohydrate," reports Stevenson. “It is a completely stable product, meaning not one ounce of the Creatine is converted into the harmful Creatinine within the body. There are no side effects that we found with Hyper Gain – no stomach cramps, no bloating, no water retention, no diarrhea and no worries about long term kidney and liver problems. After a Hyper Gain review we found it has been rigorously and extensively tested in various medical centers around the world. Kre-Alkalyn consistently shows far higher results than the regular Creatine Monohydrate group of supplements."

Stevenson explains the difference between Hyper Gain and other Creatine products:

“Well, if you want to pack on the lean muscle, without any of the often seen side effects caused by regular Creatine products such as the infamous “Creatine Bloat,” then Hyper Gain is exactly what you need,” says Stevenson. “If you’ve not suffered any of the toxic secondary effects of Creatine, then you won’t understand this part. But for those who’ve had to put up with stomach cramps, diarrhea, dehydration, headaches and water retention (not to mention the potential for kidney and liver problems), then you’re exactly the guy (or gal) who can take full advantage of Hyper Gain. Kre-Alkalyn has a high pH level of 12, and it’s this that means that it never converts to Creatinine, the cause of all those horrid side effects.”

“Well, we have to admit that we’re pretty happy with the creatine supplement after our Hyper Gain review. The results are, and continue to be, excellent. And while a supplement is only an enhancement to your training, there’s so much rubbish out there on the market that it’s a delight to find a Creatine product that’s so obviously produced by a company that not only knows what it’s talking about, but actually is interested in delivering a product that does what it promises, rather than just raking in the cash. If you’re serious about upping your training efforts by that “oh so important” last little bit, then Hyper Gain could well be exactly what you’re looking for. Well done guys, a sterling effort, and a sterling product.”

Those wishing to purchase Hyper Gain, or for more information, one should go to the official site by clicking here.

Stan Stevenson provides muscle building information and reviews many of the workout programs, supplements and diets on his website QuickMuscleBuildingTips.com to help guys build more muscle and get stronger. To access a comprehensive Hyper Gain review, visit http://quickmusclebuildingtips.com/hyper-gain-review

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