As Creatine HCl quickly and rightfully gained market share, many copycat versions hit the market. Several companies started selling cheap, low-grade, generic Creatine HCl. These companies use borrowed science to support a product that is generic and not backed by studies or patents.
The top brand, the original distributor of patented Creatine HCl, was Kris’s preferred choice until recently. He noticed something was different and ultimately discovered they had switched from the patented form of Creatine HCl to a generic material. Within days the Kaged Muscle R&D team was in contact with the patent holder for Creatine HCl. We met to discuss selling the real deal patented material with a brand built on ethics, not profits—Kaged Muscle.