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Supports muscle strength power of 5G pure creatine monohydrate per serving. Can be mixed in your favorite beverage with ease. Offer valid while promotion last - Discombobulated

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Amazon has Optimum Nutrition creatinve (240 servings) on sale for $15.61, $14.83 if you choose subscribe and save. According to Camel Camel Camel this is the lowest price it has been offered at through Amazon.

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NOOOOOOO

Don't waste your creatine on a loading period. Please. This is some old school shit that has always been dumb.

Also, I'm disappointed in ON for calling this keto friendly. Why the lame marketing BS? Does anyone think it's not keto friendly? Anyone who thinks creatine isn't keto friendly isn't informed enough about the supplement to be using it.
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"CreaPure is just AlzChem AG branded creatine monohydrate. In the past it made more of a difference when there were creatine purity issues. Today if you pick a reputable brand to buy your creatine from you'll be fine."
Creatine is one of the cheapest supplements on the market. There's no harm in loading. Obviously how long it takes you to reach a saturation level will depend on your size, your diet (how much food with creatine you eat regularly) maybe genetics?

Creatine doesn't make a huge difference regardless, so whether you load or not will make almost no difference in the long haul.

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I bought 50% as much for 25% more jusy a week ago... this stuff have a shelf life?
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No creapure any more
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I bought 50% as much for 25% more jusy a week ago... this stuff have a shelf life?
Same here. Went ahead and picked this up for when that runs out. Do you do the normal loading period for the first week when you take it?
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Same here. Went ahead and picked this up for when that runs out. Do you do the normal loading period for the first week when you take it?
Yes and it works like a MOFO!!!!!!!!!!!!Don't forget to drink enough water.Smilie
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"CreaPure is just AlzChem AG branded creatine monohydrate. In the past it made more of a difference when there were creatine purity issues. Today if you pick a reputable brand to buy your creatine from you'll be fine."
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Same here. Went ahead and picked this up for when that runs out. Do you do the normal loading period for the first week when you take it?
NOOOOOOO

Don't waste your creatine on a loading period. Please. This is some old school shit that has always been dumb.

Also, I'm disappointed in ON for calling this keto friendly. Why the lame marketing BS? Does anyone think it's not keto friendly? Anyone who thinks creatine isn't keto friendly isn't informed enough about the supplement to be using it.
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NOOOOOOO

Don't waste your crastine on a loading period. Please. This is some old school shit that has always been dumb.

Also, I'm disappointed in ON for calling this keto friendly. Why the lame marketing BS? Does anyone think it's not keto friendly? Anyone who thinks creatine isn't keto friendly isn't informed enough about the supplement to be using it.
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Yeah thank god there's no carbs in here'! Lmao
I've been drinking water like crazy and taking this twice a day for the last week, I'll switch it up to once per day and stay in the gym. I lost over 100 pounds in the last year, now is just putting muscle on. Thanks for the help.
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The creatine loading phase is very polarizing. I will say in my 15 years in health and fitness, I have seen people swear by it originally and most people now say it really doesn't matter. YMMV, but I'd love to see studies about loading vs not loading
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Creatine is one of the cheapest supplements on the market. There's no harm in loading. Obviously how long it takes you to reach a saturation level will depend on your size, your diet (how much food with creatine you eat regularly) maybe genetics?

Creatine doesn't make a huge difference regardless, so whether you load or not will make almost no difference in the long haul.
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Can't you regularly get creatine for these kind of prices when MyProtein has a sale going on? Which is almost always?

For example, you can get 2.2lbs for $14 + tax shipped after applying code FITFOREVER

https://us.myprotein.com/sports-n...n=10852412
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Can't you regularly get creatine for these kind of prices when MyProtein has a sale going on? Which is almost always?

For example, you can get 2.2lbs for $14 + tax shipped after applying code FITFOREVER

https://us.myprotein.com/sports-n...n=10852412
But this is keto friendly doe
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Creatine is one of the cheapest supplements on the market. There's no harm in loading. Obviously how long it takes you to reach a saturation level will depend on your size, your diet (how much food with creatine you eat regularly) maybe genetics?

Creatine doesn't make a huge difference regardless, so whether you load or not will make almost no difference in the long haul.
There's no harm in loading other than wasting your money. Traditional loading BS says 25 grams per day for a week. This is just silly. You don't need to burn through 175 grams of creatine in one week to get the most out of it. Loading or not, you'll quickly get to saturation.

Also, anything you see that claims to be a superior derivative of creatine, or claims to have some sort of booster that makes creatine work better or faster, is also BS.

Just some info for people new to supplements or have been misinformed.

This is a good deal BTW.
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