Anthony Altieri started Beast Sports Nutrition out of a spare bedroom in his condo back in the mid ‘90s because he felt there was a void in the supplement industry for a multi-purpose product that could do more than one thing without compromising quality. When Anthony started Beast, he realized that most of the products available at that time were typically single ingredient products with only one specific use. Beast’s primary goal of creating products that combine many different ingredients instead of just one, is what helped inspire Creature, Beast Sports Nutrition’s creatine product.
Just in case you have been living under a rock for the last 20 years, creatine is probably the single most studied supplement in the entire industry, with all of the research indicating how incredibly effective creatine is with increasing strength and endurance for a variety of sports and fitness based goals. Creature is packed with five different forms of creatine to ensure the user gets the most out of every single workout, with zero exceptions. Creature creatine monohydrate, Creatine MagnaPower which is made up of creatine and magnesium bound together to form magnesium creatine chelate, Creatine AKG which is creatine-bound to alpha-ketoglutaric acid, Creatine Anhydrous which is creatine with the water molecule removed and Crea-Trona, a buffered form of creatine. The combination of all 5 of these variations of creatine is meant to ensure you get the optimal absorption and use of every gram of Creature so you can unleash your inner beast the next time you hit the gym. If there were any drawbacks about Beast’s Creature, it would be that it is a little high on the price spectrum ($49.99 MSRP for 60 servings, or $.83 per serving) and each serving only supplies 3 grams of creatine, just shy of the science back standard of 5 grams needed for optimal results.