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    stacking creatine?

    I like to make a nice shake after my workouts to regenerate my muscles. I usually add a scoop of protein powder and amino acids. I am confused though if it would be okay to add creatine or not. i read that it can throw off the absorption of the creatine and waste the product. is this true or false?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cantut View Post
    I like to make a nice shake after my workouts to regenerate my muscles. I usually add a scoop of protein powder and amino acids. I am confused though if it would be okay to add creatine or not. i read that it can throw off the absorption of the creatine and waste the product. is this true or false?
    You should add both creatine and glutamine to your protein shake, it's the best mix.

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    You are fine to add in creatine to it. It wont affect absorption

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    It's fine to add.

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    a shake is going to be difficult to absorb regardless

    i am a fan of creatine but mix it with water, forget shakes. that sour stomach feeling you get after drinking a shake/smoothie isn't your imagination, it is your stomach having a tough time digesting
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    Creatine will absorb since it is just a few amino acids bound together. It is already in your food. You can really take it any time you want throughout the day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cantut View Post
    I like to make a nice shake after my workouts to regenerate my muscles. I usually add a scoop of protein powder and amino acids. I am confused though if it would be okay to add creatine or not. i read that it can throw off the absorption of the creatine and waste the product. is this true or false?

    Brah you are good to toss the creatine in there no worries at all.
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    that is fine, use ancient strength

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