I have not tried and probably never will.
Another problem is that these recommended doses are creatine monohydrate, not creatine hydrochloride. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Can't go wrong with good ol fashioned CM and grape juice or sizeon mp. My friend gave me about a quarter of what was left in his bottle, been on it for over 2 weeks, 2 pills a day, I definitely feel bigger.
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To guarantee high quality formulas, scientists at GNC meet with university researchers, doctors, nutritionists, and other health care experts. Who honestly wants to buy a product from some 50 year old woman telling you it works when it obviously hasn't worked for her.
And the people that work at the GNC I go to are very knowledgeable and very polite. This includes dosages, ingredients types of creatine, vitamins BCAAs, etc. This is my first time taking creatine so i can't say that I haven't made gains off of it.
Experienced less gains on AMP 189 than on creatine mono powder. In this review we'll take a look at the science behind creatine hydrochloride, how it affects your muscles during training, and whether 1250 mg is a safe dose to start with no recommended loading phase.
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The only other creatine id consider trying now is a nitrate bound form. GNC General Nutrition Centers produce a wide range of vitamins and supplements designed to support heart health, protect your joints, boost your mood, and assist with weight loss. Other wise, make mine Creapure. Take the unused portion back to GNC. The creatine mono powder I was taking bloated me for some reason and gave me belches.
Also, the dose is very low, even for a 2-tablet serving. Is there a way to make the pills break down in my belly?
Tip You should consume an adequate amount of water when taking creatine to enjoy proper utilization and removal from the body. I have been taking this stuff for a few days now.
Originally Posted by wood. Type of creatine: