WIN Nutrition Creatine + - Analysis

Analysis of the WIN Nutrition Creatine + supplement

What is the WIN Nutrition Creatine +, its positive and negative points, and how you should take it is what you will find in this analysis.

Finally, you will find our evaluation of the product with a detailed explanation.

You can also use the comments area at the end to clarify any doubts or give your opinion.

What is WIN Nutrition Creatine +?

Creatine + is WIN Nutrition's bet on the Creatine market and is a formula that has two ingredients.

As in the case of your proteins, Hi-Protein and whey protein, is a bad product.

Uses Creatine Monohydrate, the most studied and recommended form, but only in low quantities, the rest being filled with Maltodextrin.

Let's start by analyzing the main strengths and weaknesses of this supplement.

+ Positive Points

  • This supplement uses the most studied form, and considered the best, the famous Creatine Monohydrate.

- Negative points

  • More than half of this supplement is Maltodextrin and not Creatine.
  • It is not Creapure, the patented formula, and considered the purest.
  • Expensive considering the quality.

How to take?

Unlike most Creatine supplements, WIN Creatine + is more complex in recommending the ideal way to take it due to the use of Maltodextrin.

If you want to do the loading phase, to obtain results faster, you need to use approximately 7 scoops daily, but if you do, the supplement ends after 5 days.

On the other hand, if you do not do the loading phase, and use the common dose of 5g daily, you need to use approximately two scoops daily, which means that the supplement will only last 21 days.

Also, don't forget to count the Maltodextrin included in this product.

It is important to highlight, supplementation is done every day, that is, nothing to take only on training days.

win nutrition creatine + packaging


WIN Nutrition Creatine + is probably one of the worst Creatine supplements you can buy.

It has only 37.5% of Creatine, and the rest is filled with Maltodextrin, which means that 62.5% of this supplement is just sugar.

To get 5g of Creatine per serving, you need to use 13.3g of the supplement, which translates to 0.31 € per serving, and lots of Maltodextrin.

Bad creatine supplement.

If you want to know more about creatine supplementation, our guide will help to clarify all your doubts and is available here.

To consult all the analyzes to creatine supplements, go through here.


The price used to make this analysis was the one practiced by the Prozis store, without resorting to promotions or discounts, and of course it can change at any time.

The price used was as follows.

300g - € 6.99 (€ 0.31 / serving)


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