Creatine gluconate is essentially creatine bonded with glucose (sugar), which enhances the uptake of the creatine and delivers it to the muscles at rapid speed. Creatine Gluconate is being included in more and more creatine formulas for this very reason, so although it is not yet widely known, it is certainly a form of creatine that is here to stay.
Where to find Creatine Gluconate: Creatine itself is found within skeletal muscle and is present in almost all types of cells. Meat and fish are rich sources of dietary creatine, so carnivores naturally ingest greater levels of creatine than herbivores. The body can however ‘synthesise’ its own creatine from basic nutrients such as amino acids