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    Creatine & kidneys

    Is too much Creatine bad for your liver or kidneys? And should it be cycled to avoid any problems?

    Also... I just purchased Xpand Xtreme Pump which has 5g of different types of Creatine. Would it be beneficial to run a serving of this pre-workout. And then to intake 5-10g of Creatine Mono postworkout?

    Thanks guys

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    Quote Originally Posted by ricksondave View Post
    Is too much Creatine bad for your liver or kidneys? And should it be cycled to avoid any problems?

    Also... I just purchased Xpand Xtreme Pump which has 5g of different types of Creatine. Would it be beneficial to run a serving of this pre-workout. And then to intake 5-10g of Creatine Mono postworkout?

    Thanks guys
    Effects of High-Dose Creatine Supplementation on Kidney and Liver Responses In Sedentary and Exercised Rats

    ďPrevious studies indicated that short-term creatine supplementation associate with the physical exercise may be safe, but the effect of long-term creatine supplementation is still unknown.

    There is a need for further research to elucidate the controversial points refers to renal and hepatic function after creatine supplementation.

    The results of the current study indicate that supraphysiological long-term creatine supplementation (up to 4-8 weeks) may adversely affect kidney and liver structure and function of sedentary but not of exercised rats.Ē

    But these are rats...

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3761536/

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    Also read this...

    https://www.mayoclinic.org/drugs-sup...e/art-20347591

    If you have a history of kidney issues, speak to your Dr before taking it

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    For an active and otherwise healthy adult using 5g or less a day, it won't be an issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by P0N View Post
    For an active and otherwise healthy adult using 5g or less a day, it won't be an issue.
    I concur. No one should be taking high doses anyways. Personally itís always made me feel bloated and dehydrated causing muscle cramps. Itís found in meats so I donít feel the need to take it

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    Quote Originally Posted by ph734k View Post
    I concur. No one should be taking high doses anyways. Personally itís always made me feel bloated and dehydrated causing muscle cramps. Itís found in meats so I donít feel the need to take it
    I agree that no one needs it for sure. It's just a nice to have if you tolerate it well, and increase your daily water consumption to match the new hydration needs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ph734k View Post
    Effects of High-Dose Creatine Supplementation on Kidney and Liver Responses In Sedentary and Exercised Rats

    ďPrevious studies indicated that short-term creatine supplementation associate with the physical exercise may be safe, but the effect of long-term creatine supplementation is still unknown.

    There is a need for further research to elucidate the controversial points refers to renal and hepatic function after creatine supplementation.


    The results of the current study indicate that supraphysiological long-term creatine supplementation (up to 4-8 weeks) may adversely affect kidney and liver structure and function of sedentary but not of exercised rats.Ē

    But these are rats...

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3761536/
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    Quote Originally Posted by ricksondave View Post
    Is too much Creatine bad for your liver or kidneys? And should it be cycled to avoid any problems?

    Also... I just purchased Xpand Xtreme Pump which has 5g of different types of Creatine. Would it be beneficial to run a serving of this pre-workout. And then to intake 5-10g of Creatine Mono postworkout?

    Thanks guys
    Stick to a normal dose and you're fine. Using your 5g mix and then adding 5g of mono later is overkill, unnecessary, and can cause problems. It also will give you no additional benefits. Once the muscle cell is saturated at 100% everything else is waste. 5g per day is more than enough to reach that 100%

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    most doctors will probably tell you yes out of ignorance. the answer is absolutely not

    the only thing creatine messes with that you have to worry about is it can cause bloating due to intestinal/gut issues. that has more to do with using too much mono
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    Quote Originally Posted by P0N View Post
    For an active and otherwise healthy adult using 5g or less a day, it won't be an issue.
    Agreed ^^^
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