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    Should i take creatine if im trying to get cut?


    I heard that creatine makes you more puffy than cut. So, should i take it? what supplement would be good to take if you are trying to get cut?

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    creatine can lead to a bit of water retention, and thus decreased definition, especially in the abdominal area.. However, it by no means contributes to fat gain. It's a great tool for building muscle and strength.
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    I think the board admins should disable the search function so that newbies have a legitimate reason for threads like this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Monto View Post
    I heard that creatine makes you more puffy than cut. So, should i take it? what supplement would be good to take if you are trying to get cut?
    You might consider a form of creatine that doesn't promote water retention, such as DiCreatine Malate or Magnesium Creatine Chelate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mDeezy View Post
    You might consider a form of creatine that doesn't promote water retention, such as DiCreatine Malate or Magnesium Creatine Chelate.


    Uhhhh, maybe you need to learn how creatine (any form) actually functions as a cell volumizer.


    To the OP....use creatine to help build your muscle and strength. You will accelerate your metabolism and burn more fat. Towards the end of your cut, about 2-3 weeks out, drop the creatine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cinn View Post
    I think the board admins should disable the search function so that newbies have a legitimate reason for threads like this.
    If nobody could ever ask a question of their own, and if everybody could only use the search tool, then there could never exist any answers. For the search tool to work, there must be questions asked in the past. Therefore, if he never asked this question I would have never searched and found this thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SonicSWOLE View Post
    Uhhhh, maybe you need to learn how creatine (any form) actually functions as a cell volumizer.


    To the OP....use creatine to help build your muscle and strength. You will accelerate your metabolism and burn more fat. Towards the end of your cut, about 2-3 weeks out, drop the creatine.
    agree with this statement.....when you want the bloat to go away, simply stop taking it. besides, the bloat is not that bad. take it for a month or so, then stop
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    Creatine bloat is so over-stated it's not even funny anymore. Use creatine, don't worry about bloating or anything while cutting.
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    Are you cutting for a show? Are you 3 weeks out? If so don't use the creatine. There are other supps out now that will give you the same benefit.

    If you are still weeks out from your show then use it and stop 3 out...

    Also, someone said creatine doesn't bloat? Yes it does...
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    A lot of the time bloat has to do with the extra carbohydrates that are ingested with creatine monohydrate. Also, those that get bloated from monohydrate, have you tried Creapure brand before?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chefdeez View Post
    Creatine bloat is so over-stated it's not even funny anymore. Use creatine, don't worry about bloating or anything while cutting.
    This...its becoming the biggest overstatement around and its becoming annoying...its the most proven supplement around it has great benefits just use the stuff
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    I'd like to take creatine as well, but I dont want to raise my chance of kidney stones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swag4Sale View Post
    I'd like to take creatine as well, but I dont want to raise my chance of kidney stones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Swag4Sale View Post
    I'd like to take creatine as well, but I dont want to raise my chance of kidney stones.
    Just get your kidneys removed... Quick fix.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Delita420 View Post
    Just get your kidneys removed... Quick fix.
    LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by bolt10 View Post
    This...its becoming the biggest overstatement around and its becoming annoying...its the most proven supplement around it has great benefits just use the stuff
    The guy is 5'4 130lbs, he should be looking for a buffet table not trying to figure out the best supp to take ...
    Get your ass in the kitchen op...here's your supp list ...

    beef
    turkey
    chicken
    eggs
    wheat
    fresh fruits
    fresh veggies
    water
    milk
    peanut butter
    olive oil
    peanuts, almonds, pistachios

    Damn a supplement
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    Quote Originally Posted by hardknock View Post
    The guy is 5'4 130lbs, he should be looking for a buffet table not trying to figure out the best supp to take ...
    Get your ass in the kitchen op...here's your supp list ...

    beef
    turkey
    chicken
    eggs
    wheat
    fresh fruits
    fresh veggies
    water
    milk
    peanut butter
    olive oil
    peanuts, almonds, pistachios

    Damn a supplement
    O I was talking about most people in general when it comes to supplements...but ya really and he made a bunch of threads yesterday asking about a ton of things. I have a feeling OP you may want to visit the nutrition section.
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