Could Creatine be Beneficial for You?

Creatine: Everything You Need to Know

There’s one supplement that is currently on everyone’s lips: Creatine

I’ve watched my gym bro pals chug creatine monohydrate down for years and it turns out I should have been getting in on the action.

Whilst it is a top supplement for improving performance during exercise, the main thing you need to take away is this…

Creatine plays a vital role in energy production.

Therefore it has the potential to support ALL functions within the body and it could support far more than helping us hit our training goals.

Research shows supplementation could be beneficial for:

  • Hormone cycles
  • Cognitive function and brain fog
  • Type 1 and 2 diabetes
  • Gut health
  • Endurance exercise
  • Strength training
  • Bone density
  • Joint issues

The people who stand to benefit the most?


  • Individuals over the age of 30
  • Individuals looking to lose weight
  • Individuals with injuries, joint problems or in need of bone support
  • Women going through perimenopause/menopause
  • Anyone who is diabetic or pre-diabetic
  • Vegetarians and vegans
  • Anyone struggling with mental fatigue, concentration and memory issues
  • Anyone doing prolonged fasting
  • Anyone doing resistance training or endurance exercise
  • Anyone with hormone issues

…is there anyone left?!If you’re interested in supplementing creatine you might be wondering the best way to take it.

Dosing varies. 5g (teaspoon) per day is a ‘standard’ dose but women (especially post-menopausal) may benefit from a higher amount of 0.3g per kg of body weight daily.

The great news is it’s cheap to buy.

Look for the Creapure trade mark on your chosen brand, it’s a purity standard so you want to ensure yours has it. Then find the cheapest price per kilo.

In my experience, the powder is better value for money than the tablets. Matt and I both like the Bulk Powders creatine (non-affiliated). We like to add ours to smoothies or drinks.

What do you think? Will you be taking creatine or are you already taking it and seeing results? Let me know!

If you need any support or guidance with supplementation, whether that be for creatine or any other supplements, do get in touch. You can book a free discovery call via my website.