Yes, if you find a pre-workout clumpy due to water absorption, it is generally safe to use. However, remember to check the expiration date, and if there are signs of mold (or any other spoilage) it is better to avoid it.
How do you fix chunky pre-workout?
The quickest, safest and most effective way to deal with a clumpy pre-workout is to empty your clumpy pre-workout into a blender, and blitz until it's turned back into a fine powder.
Why is there chunks in my pre-workout?
Most pre-workout supplements contain hygroscopic ingredients, meaning they absorb moisture from the air. When the powder is exposed to moisture, it can form lumps, making it difficult to mix with water or other liquids.
What does clumpy pre-workout mean?
Why is my pre-workout clumping? Why does every natural pre-workout you buy start to clump after sitting in the cupboard for a while? The clumping is due to the hygroscopic ingredients, meaning ingredients that attract and hold water molecules at room temperature.
How do you fix clumpy powder?
Hold a thick tined, sturdy strainer over a clean, dry container. Then, a little bit at a time, add your lumpy powdered food to the strainer. Sift loose bits into the container and use a clean, dry tool, like a wooden spoon, to push lumps against and through the mesh of your strainer.
Why is my pre-workout rocky?
The main reason pre-workouts clump more than whey protein for example is because they contain active ingredients which attract water molecules at room temperature, these are referred to as hygroscopic ingredients. Some common ingredients found in pre-workouts that are extremely hygroscopic include: Citrulline.