Creatine Mono responder, CEE non-responder

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    Creatine Mono responder, CEE non-responder


    Does anyone else have this problem?

    I see to have a normal response to creatine mono, but nothing when I'm using CEE.

    Any ideas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CryingEmo
    Does anyone else have this problem?

    I see to have a normal response to creatine mono, but nothing when I'm using CEE.

    Any ideas?
    Thats just how it goes. Everyone is different, so pinpoint the why is impossible. Have you tried any of the other desingner creatines? If the bloat is what you want to avoid of course... if not, mono it is.

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    I respond better to mono also, CEE gives me an upset stomach, I think.
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    Yeah, I respond better to mono-creatine as well. I usually pick up the micronized version.
    I have tried CEE before and didn't have much luck with it. There are no studies out there anyways that proves that the ethyl version of creatine bypasses the normal absorbsion(sp?) process and goes dierectly into the cells.
    I say stick with what works best for you. Experiment. Everybody responds differently to different things. You need to read how your body reacts and adjust accordingly. That goes for anything(Food, supplements, etc.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by nvr2loud
    Yeah, I respond better to mono-creatine as well. I usually pick up the micronized version.
    I have tried CEE before and didn't have much luck with it. There are no studies out there anyways that proves that the ethyl version of creatine bypasses the normal absorbsion(sp?) process and goes dierectly into the cells.
    I say stick with what works best for you. Experiment. Everybody responds differently to different things. You need to read how your body reacts and adjust accordingly. That goes for anything(Food, supplements, etc.)
    Take this info to heart... its so very true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alexander
    I respond better to mono also, CEE gives me an upset stomach, I think.
    same thing here. The only other creatine I liked was Gaspari's SizeON
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    Quote Originally Posted by nvr2loud
    Yeah, I respond better to mono-creatine as well. I usually pick up the micronized version.
    I have tried CEE before and didn't have much luck with it. There are no studies out there anyways that proves that the ethyl version of creatine bypasses the normal absorbsion(sp?) process and goes dierectly into the cells.
    I say stick with what works best for you. Experiment. Everybody responds differently to different things. You need to read how your body reacts and adjust accordingly. That goes for anything(Food, supplements, etc.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alexander
    I respond better to mono also, CEE gives me an upset stomach, I think.
    Im the complete opposite, CM gives me stomache 'issues'...its all about finding what works best for you.
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    Not to knock CEE, but I don't believe there's very much (if any) of substantial evidence suggesting it works (based on controlled studies). I couldn't even find one study (good or bad) on pubmed. Perhaps it really doesn't work. Just like the number of licks to the center of a tootsie-pop, the world may never know. (Unless someone decides to up and fund research).
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