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Universal Nutrition, Doctor’s CarbRite Diet Bars, Sugar-Free

Doctor’s CarbRite Diet Bars by Universal Nutrition, now in sugar-free version, is a protein bar that grants all the benefit of high protein content with only 2.5 g of net impact carbohydrates.

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Optimum Nutrition Gold Standard Pre-Workout

Optimum Nutrition created the Gold Standard Pre-Workout Formula with a total of 4 g of Creatine monohydrate and Beta-Alanine, a quantity that is supposed to meet the demands of those who hit the gym hard.

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CON-CRET Creatine HCL

CON-CRET Creatine HCL, made by Pro-Mera Sports, is advertized as a pure creatine hydrochloride. It is a powder supplement with high solubility and absorption and much easier on the gastro-intestinal tract.

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MuscleTech, CreaCore, Double-Strength Concentrated Creatine

CreaCore is a double-strength concentrated creatine – a researched formula created by Muscletech, with no less than 1750 mg of 3.5 Creatine HCI in a scoop, double the usual amount.

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MaxiNutrition Promax Protein Powder

Promax created by MaxiNutrition is one of those hard to find supplements. Following the rebranding of the manufacturing company, it is designed to address the needs of more categories, from slimmers to bodybuilders.

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Universal Nutrition Animal Whey

AnimalPak based its protein supplement on an animal whey complex to obtain raw protein. It is making use of the most potent sources. The resulting product is a truly basic supplement that helps you build up more mass.