Cellucor recently unveiled its newest supplement, CN3. Cellucor CN3 isn’t available for purchase yet, but from a teaser image, there is already quite a bit of information available.

Cellucor is considered an industry leader, with several upon several successful and effective products under its belt. Needless to say, when I saw Cellucor was announcing a new product, I got pretty excited.

I did some research to find out a little bit more about this supplement, and it looks like it is definitely deserving of the hype it is already receiving.

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Cellucor CN3’s formula is fairly simple, and this isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Cellucor CN3 is a stand-alone creatine supplement with a completely transparent label and void of filler ingredients.

This is great because you know exactly how much of each ingredient you’ll be getting per serving, and you also won’t be consuming extra ingredients that you don’t need -bravo, Cellucor.

Each serving provides 3 g of creatine nitrate. Adding nitrate to creatine helps the creatine become more readily available. The form used in Cellucor CN3 features the NO3-T trademarked creatine nitrate form.

Creatine is one of the most popular ingredients in bodybuilding supplements, and it is used to optimize energy output to help you get the most out of your workouts. Creatine helps give you a good boost of energy by aiding in ATP synthesis.

Each serving also provides 500 mg of vitamin C. Vitamin C is a great micronutrient and used to combat free radicals and decrease nitrate tolerance.

Flavors and Availability

Each bottle will provide 45 servings. Depending on how you use Cellucor CN3, one bottle should last you about 45 days. An image released by Cellucor shows that an unflavored option will be available. Whether there will be some flavors added before release, I’m not entirely sure.

However, an unflavored option is great for those who like to control their flavors and mix it with their preferred beverage. Many people throw unflavored creatine in their post-workout shakes, and others mix it with juice to help spike insulin for optimal creatine storage.

I am so excited for Cellucor CN3 to be released so I can try it. As soon as it is available, make sure to check back for a full review!

 

 



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Brian E.

Brian E. is from southern California and has worked for names like GNC and Vitamin Shoppe as a supplement expert and consultant. He currently lives in Utah and is studying marketing.

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