ASN HPC Creatine Review

ASN HPC Creatine Review

ASN HPC Creatine Review

ASN's nano-technology separates their supplements from their competitors', utilising the latest processing techniques to deliver faster-absorbing and better-utilised products.

ASN HPC Creatine is both a creatine formula and a sports drink, making it a perfect choice for anyone looking to secure the benefits of creatine supplementation, as well as recover and rehydrate from exercise. Utilising nano-technology, HPC Creatine is an ultra-fine powder which mixes easily with water rather than leaving sediment as with most other creatine supplements.

Key Ingredients

  • NANO Creatine (5g) - Creatine monohydrate is essential for anyone looking to increase their power output, muscle size and strength levels. It's one of the most widely used supplements in the world, and has thousands of positive research articles relating to its use. NANO creatine addresses some of the drawbacks of regular creatine monohydrate - digestion and mixability. For all the great research on creatine, it doesn't usually mix well with water, and often results in minor stomach discomfort. By nanorising (pulverising) the creatine into even smaller particles, it becomes easier to mix, and to digest.
  • Dextrose (36g) - A fast digesting carbohydrate, such as dextrose, is needed to fully maximise the window of opportunity after a workout for nutrients such as creatine and protein to absorb into the muscles. As with the creatine, the dextrose in HPC Creatine has been nanorised to digest as quickly as possible.
  • Taurine (1g) - Taurine also helps the muscles absorb nutrients, as well as boosting nitric oxide levels.
  • Vitamins & Minerals (980mg) - A select group of vitamins and minerals, including sodium, potassium, magnesium and B vitamins are included to help rehydrate, to assist muscle function and overall health. By adding these ingredients, HPC Creatine also becomes a sports drink.

Flavours & Sizes

ASN HPC Creatine is available in a 1.8kg tub (41 servings), and in Lemon flavour.


Each serve of HPC Creatine delivers 5g of creatine and 36g of dextrose, which is a good ratio. Most users will only need 5g of creatine per day, and a 36g serve of dextrose is enough to create an insulin spike to help other nutrients absorb rapidly.


With 41 serves per tub, each serve of HPC Creatine costs well below $2 per serve, which is cheaper than many comparable products.


If HPC Creatine was only a creatine plus dextrose blend, there wouldn't be much special about it. Although those two ingredients are excellent for the post workout window, there are already a number of products that offer them in a blend. What separates ASN HPC Creatine from the rest is the nano-technology, which reduces the particle sizes and increases digestion, absorption and mixability. If you experience any of the stomach discomfort or mixability issues with regular creatine, give HPC Creatine a try and see the difference!

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