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    Red face creatine use for girls


    I'm a girl that wants to supplement with creatine, is the
    muscle easy to maintain after discontinued use? Is there a way
    to avoid the water weight-gain

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    Creatine does not directly aid in muscle gain. It stores water intra-muscularly, aids in repair and ATP replenishment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by melissajoy
    I'm a girl that wants to supplement with creatine, is the
    muscle easy to maintain after discontinued use? Is there a way
    to avoid the water weight-gain
    You could try creatine Hcl. Low water holding
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    I hear krealkylyn is good for creatine strength + has low water retention. But I disagree with the first post. Creatine DOES help you build muscle, through increased protein synthesis..
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    Creatine bloat is highly exaggerated, I'd stick to 3g/day of monohydrate. Or Magnesium Creatine Chelate if you really fear bloat is an issue, or have digestion issues with mono.

    Most of your monohydrates will be of similar quality as long as it's a reputable company. SNS offers both creatines I mentioned FYI.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NomZ View Post
    Creatine bloat is highly exaggerated,
    I agree. At least for me... I won't speak for everyone.

    -I have been trying to get my wife to supplement creatine for years. Props to you.
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