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I am just going to straight up copy the pertinant information from examine.com's site on Creatine which has links to hundres of studies and breaks down exactly the benefits of creatine. But the answer is: Creatine is safe, but just buy the cheapest form you can find. Any thoughts on creatine supplementation (quick release capsules 4,000 mg) for ...


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3-5 grams of creatine per day (1 of your pills) is generally considered a safe amount. There has been evidence of liver/kidney damage as a result of taking too much Creatine, but seems to only be the case with people who already have kidney/liver problems. Studies have shown that as much as 20 grams of creatine per day is safe. The only real downside is ...


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This really isn't about fitness; it's squarely about supplements without a direct answering carrying over to fitness. If you have a "sinking heart feeling" from any product, I think you should avoid it. But to answer your question, you generally want to mix in enough water for whatever product to dissolve fully. For some products (like creatine) that ...


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1, 2: "Electrolytes" is just a fancier word for salts, which you will get in large amounts through your diet, especially if you eat a typical western diet. Unless you're exercising for two hours or more, the only one who's benefiting from your electrolyte drink consumption are the companies who sell them. 3,4: Total amount and distribution throughout the ...



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