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    Can creatine help with joints ?

    A friend of mine says creatine helps with joint relief ? Keeps everything hydrated as he claims. Not sure if thats right lol...

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    Creatine promotes intramuscular hydration. It won't help with joint/ligaments.

    Creatine is a really good supplement, it just won't do anything for joint pain
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    According to research there is some truth to that claim but I wouldn't rely on it as a primary joint supplement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by venumxo View Post
    A friend of mine says creatine helps with joint relief ? Keeps everything hydrated as he claims. Not sure if thats right lol...
    He's yanking your chain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by venumxo View Post
    A friend of mine says creatine helps with joint relief ? Keeps everything hydrated as he claims. Not sure if thats right lol...
    Creatine simply "serves" to bloat those who use it, thereby propping up the illusion of "joint relief." This, then, leads to the very real possibility of exacerbating whatever ails your joints. So my advice is to discard your creatine and to then seek medical attention.

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    Look to use MSM or any joint supplements.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie Haskell View Post
    Creatine simply "serves" to bloat those who use it, thereby propping up the illusion of "joint relief." This, then, leads to the very real possibility of exacerbating whatever ails your joints. So my advice is to discard your creatine and to then seek medical attention.
    While I agree that Creatine will do f'all to aid joint issues the subject of bloat has been discussed at length. It's well worth pointing out that Creatine is among the most researched and recommended supplements there is. It's boost to ATP adds reps and or weight to the bar.
    Last edited by Mobster; 01-10-2019 at 06:44 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mobster View Post
    While I agree that Creatine will do f'all to aid joint issues the subject of bloat has been discussed at length. It's well worth pointing out that Creatine is among the most researched and recommended supplements there is. It's boost to ATP adds reps and or weigh to the bar.
    While creatine can, in fact, boost performance, I don't think that the bloat that creatine induces is a worthwhile tradeoff. I'm far too vain about my cuts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie Haskell View Post
    While creatine can, in fact, boost performance, I don't think that the bloat that creatine induces is a worthwhile tradeoff. I'm far too vain about my cuts.
    I never got any bloat that I can tell from using creatine. But I have heard others that experiences the bloat.

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