Esterified Creatine or Regular Creatine?

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  1. Quote Originally Posted by thesinner View Post
    What is this, the 3rd thread we've addressed this "Creatine Monohydrate is the only form PROVEN effective" issue?
    Yes..it's discouraging, but I do admit we make a pretty good team
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  2. Quote Originally Posted by DaveGabe24 View Post
    Anyone care to post some science/research behind the proven effectiveness of attaching ethyl esters??
    Considering the science behind making creatine monohydrate itself, I doubt anyone could answer this one..

    I would like to know why anyone would think that the "ester" actually attaches when you have to, nevermind I'll wait to see if anyone can answer your question 'cause it's a good one..

  3. Quote Originally Posted by bigpetefox View Post
    Considering the science behind making creatine monohydrate itself, I doubt anyone could answer this one..

    I would like to know why anyone would think that the "ester" actually attaches when you have to, nevermind I'll wait to see if anyone can answer your question 'cause it's a good one..
    I have a feeling we'll be waiting a while for this one


    To those who advocate the use of CEE: I have noticed that most of you dose around 5g. Well doesn't that completely contradict all of these claims that you need to use smaller doses?

  4. Quote Originally Posted by bigpetefox View Post
    Considering the science behind making creatine monohydrate itself, I doubt anyone could answer this one..

    I would like to know why anyone would think that the "ester" actually attaches when you have to, nevermind I'll wait to see if anyone can answer your question 'cause it's a good one..
    Doesn't an ester *envelope* a molecule rather than attach to it?

    Just a guess.
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  5. Quote Originally Posted by ShakesAllDay View Post
    Doesn't an ester *envelope* a molecule rather than attach to it?

    Just a guess.
    In this situation the ester is actually attached to the creatine monohydrate, but I am uncertain if this is always the case when dealing with esters.

  6. Quote Originally Posted by ShakesAllDay View Post
    Doesn't an ester *envelope* a molecule rather than attach to it?

    Just a guess.
    In CEE's case is it should just attach, but if you understand the reaction process it goes thru, it doesn't happen.. I've used CEE and liked it, but reading deeper and talking to formulators (since I plan to also have a product line) it's a flawed technology..

    It works, but what's the long-term?

  7. Quote Originally Posted by bigpetefox View Post
    In CEE's case is it should just attach, but if you understand the reaction process it goes thru, it doesn't happen.. I've used CEE and liked it, but reading deeper and talking to formulators (since I plan to also have a product line) it's a flawed technology..

    It works, but what's the long-term?
    Amen.
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