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Any one looking to gain lean muscle tissue can take creatine. It will help gain lean muscle and increase strength.
you begin to lose muscle weight.........all tht bloated muscle tht u got after taking creatine is mostly water, so when u stop u began to lose water and thus shrink ur m…uscle size..........
Teens should not start taking it.The answer is yes, people under 18 can take creatine. But.... Given that it's always best to instill the ethics of getting a benefit from hard… work and not cheating, many experts recommend NOT having teens take creatine until after high school so they can achieve all they can on their own merit first. Creatine is something your body makes on its own. It's the result of 3 amino acids found in your body naturally. The whole concept behind creatine is that when athletes push their bodies beyond the "normal limits" (lifting, sprinting, etc..) they then need more creatine to help with performance and recovery. So, that's all the supplement does. There are zero side effects in terms of stunting growth. It's not a hormone. It's not a steroid. There should be no "buzz" or stimulant effect. If there is, your creatine has been spiked. Anyone who says creatine stunts your growth is wrong. The only side effects (in my opinion) linked to creatine are gastrointestinal in nature (diarrhea, etc). Should you decide to use a creatine supplement. Be sure you STAY HYDRATED! Part of what creatine does is draw fluid into your muscles (and helps reduce lactic acid build up). And do try to take a protein shake daily. The protein and creatine (both are made up of amino acids) work together to get the results you want. Follow the directions to the letter! The Mayo Clinic has stated that creatine has been associated with asthmatic symptoms. They warn against consumption if you have known allergies. It should also be avoided by anyone with kidney disease. In addition, caution is advised if you have liver disease, diabetes, hypoglycemia, or if you are taking drugs, herbs, or supplements that affect blood sugar. Creatine cannot be recommended during pregnancy or breastfeeding. For more information, see the page link, further down this page, listed under Related Links.
There's no solid evidence that creatine monohydrate has any side effects in healthy individuals. Aside from some anectdotal reports and case studies, taking normal dosag…es of creatine (under 25 grams a day) isn't going to poseany dangers to normal individuals. Read the paper "International Society of Sports Nutrition position stand: creatine supplementation and exercise" for a detailed review of relevant literature.
Creatine is the most well researched body building supplement or sport supplement available. It has been around for a long time and has been proven to be relatively safe and e…ffective, a very rare find in the supplement world. Creatine can help you to build muscle and get stronger much faster than you can on your own. However, creatine is not magic: you will still need to eat correctly (plenty of protein) and workout to see results. For information about the effectiveness, side effects, safety, and pretty much everything else on creatine, check out the guide in the links section.
Any time that's best for you on your work out days
It is not bad for you unless you misuse or abuse the amounts that you are supposed to take. Also make sure you double your water intake.
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"Too much" of most things can kill you.
Creatine can be taken right before your workout and right after to keep your pump longer.
There are no forbidden foods when you supplement with creatine. However, creatine may not suit you, or it may fail to benefit you. For best results, follow the directions on t…he package. Of course, individual results may vary. Similarly, if something you are eating gives you an upset stomach when you supplement with creatine, either don't eat it or don't use creatine. .
Creatine Monohydrate is a drug which is popular with those looking to build up some muscle. The benefits it gives include; increased muscle energy, weight gain and an enhanced… recovery after exercise.