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    AM family, need your help (creatine + glutamine)


    So i post on a pitbull forum and somehow we got on the topic of supplements for human use. Right up my alley. Well this lady started to claim that glutamine is effective especially with the use of creatine mono and that 2.5g of creatine/day will lead to renal issues. Any of you have studies proving this or disproving it?

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    Pubmed creatine + kidney or creatine + renal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by R1balla View Post
    So i post on a pitbull forum and somehow we got on the topic of supplements for human use. Right up my alley. Well this lady started to claim that glutamine is effective especially with the use of creatine mono and that 2.5g of creatine/day will lead to renal issues. Any of you have studies proving this or disproving it?
    Is this dosage for you or the pitbull?

    I had a friend who gave his cat d-bol and it turned into a Bobcat
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    for a human


    this lady is claiming that 2.5g/day is excess and WILL lead to renal issues (and she is cursing at me saying i know nothing, shes an amateur athlete..blah blah blah)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clemenza View Post
    Is this dosage for you or the pitbull?

    I had a friend who gave his cat d-bol and it turned into a Bobcat
    id rather keep my dog alive lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by R1balla View Post
    for a human

    this lady is claiming that 2.5g/day is excess and WILL lead to renal issues (and she is cursing at me saying i know nothing, shes an amateur athlete..blah blah blah)
    She sounds pretty legit.
    Especially if she promotes the use of glutamine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by R1balla View Post
    for a human


    this lady is claiming that 2.5g/day is excess and WILL lead to renal issues (and she is cursing at me saying i know nothing, shes an amateur athlete..blah blah blah)
    Ask her how being an "amateaur athlete" applies to knowledge of creatine. If she had said "amateur physiologist" it would make more sense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FL3X MAGNUM View Post
    She sounds pretty legit.
    Especially if she promotes the use of glutamine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by R1balla View Post
    So i post on a pitbull forum and somehow we got on the topic of supplements for human use. Right up my alley. Well this lady started to claim that glutamine is effective especially with the use of creatine mono and that 2.5g of creatine/day will lead to renal issues. Any of you have studies proving this or disproving it?
    Ask her how it leads to renal failure. And I mean ask genuinely to see if she understands the mechanism or if she read it from broscience.com

    There are plenty of studies that show that Creatine supplementation will not cause renal issues in people without prior kidney issues.

    And I agree with Coop; just because someone participates in sport or goes to the gym doesn't make them specialists. I looked at the moon today with a telescope but i'm not an astronomer.
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    or wait,.... I saw my wife nude... does that mean im a pron star?
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    i agree with all of you

    she posted some bogus study that didnt even claim to have blood work or anything to prove the effectiveness of glutamine. It was from University of Maryland I think. Im just not gonna post on that forum anymore, shes a mess lol thanks anyways guys
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    Quote Originally Posted by R1balla View Post
    i agree with all of you

    she posted some bogus study that didnt even claim to have blood work or anything to prove the effectiveness of glutamine. It was from University of Maryland I think. Im just not gonna post on that forum anymore, shes a mess lol thanks anyways guys
    Link her to examine.com and leave it there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clemenza View Post

    Is this dosage for you or the pitbull?

    I had a friend who gave his cat d-bol and it turned into a Bobcat
    Wtf. Does it also works on animals? I thought roids only had an effect on humans. Inb4 my dog turns into a wolf and kills me while im asleep
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    Tell her to stick to her pitbull forums and not to exercise her knowledge of supplements. She's probably a strong advocate of gluten-free diets and Dr. Oz
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    Tell her she'd probably be a professional athlete by now if she used the recommended daily dosage of creatine. It helped Mark McGwire a lot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by iparatroop View Post
    Tell her she'd probably be a professional athlete by now if she used the recommended daily dosage of creatine. It helped Mark McGwire a lot.
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