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    I believe sucrolose and aspartame cause stomach to get upset and possible bloating from pre workout drinks. Is there any artificial free pre workouts out there and if so, please share.

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    You could make your own pre workout.

    Bulk creatine and beta alanine ( doesn't have to be taken pre-workout though)

    Bulk agmatine
    Bulk citrulline malate
    Any carnitine
    Caffeine
    Bcaa or eaa if you want
    Bulk norvaline
    Bulk creatinol-o-phosphate (COP)

    Also the stomach discomfort and bloat could be from the creatine. Were you taking creatine monohydrate? If so look into SNS MCC.
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    No creatine in them. I def cant handle creatine. Everytime i take preworkout, i need to go to the bathroom and then i am fine except for bloating etc. If i drink those crystal light lemonades, they upset my stomach as well as sugar free gum, so yes, it is the artificial flavors
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    Quote Originally Posted by AndShane View Post
    No creatine in them. I def cant handle creatine. Everytime i take preworkout, i need to go to the bathroom and then i am fine except for bloating etc. If i drink those crystal light lemonades, they upset my stomach as well as sugar free gum, so yes, it is the artificial flavors
    You don't have to take creatine pre workout. I'm not sure of artificial free pre workouts. Didn't look but I'm sure some are out there. I would make your own pre workout but thats just my opinion.
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    It's not the artificial sweeteners. If you actually saw the amount of pure sucralose in a scoop, you'd see why the osmotic effects are essentially nil.
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    Ur wrong. Then what could it be. Has be something like that. If I'm allergic to it at all, then any small amount would affect. If someone sensitive to peanut, they can eat one and have allergy reaction man. Don't understand amounts matter. Sensitivr to anything doesn't matter how much
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    Quote Originally Posted by AndShane View Post
    Ur wrong. Then what could it be. Has be something like that. If I'm allergic to it at all, then any small amount would affect. If someone sensitive to peanut, they can eat one and have allergy reaction man. Don't understand amounts matter. Sensitivr to anything doesn't matter how much

    Your theory, while interesting, is not correct. You see, artificial sweeteners are a broad class of compounds without any real structural similarities. So to be allergic to the whole class would be, well, impossible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    Your theory, while interesting, is not correct. You see, artificial sweeteners are a broad class of compounds without any real structural similarities. So to be allergic to the whole class would be, well, impossible.
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    i did, why?
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    Quote Originally Posted by AndShane View Post
    I believe sucrolose and aspartame cause stomach to get upset and possible bloating from pre workout drinks. Is there any artificial free pre workouts out there and if so, please share.

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    Heres a link for you to read; some very interestig info regarding Artificial sweeteners. I used to avoid them, but this convo changed my mind:

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