WHITE PLAINS, N.Y.--Eleven of 13 creatine monohydrate products tested by ConsumerLab.com in June passed its tests. The tests determined if the products contained 100 percent of the claimed weight of creatine and that each product was not contaminated by creatinine or dicyandiamide. Two products did not pass because they did not meet the labeled weight requirement or they contained dicyandiamide. According to the lab, the products that passed may be licensed for use of the flask-shaped CL Seal of Approved Quality for Creatine. For more information, visit www.consumerlab.com.