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    Default Creatine. Am I missing out?

    Hey guys, I've been training for about six years at this point and have put on considerable weight over the years. But I've always had this nagging thought in the back of my mind. When I first started lifting I tried mixing Creatine into my post workout shakes but never really liked it, i remember feeling extremeley bloated afterwards. I never tried it again after that point. I guess my question is, now that I'm considerable more adapted to different supliments and my metabolism has shifted, is it worth trying again? Do you think I'm missing out on "gains" by ignoring it entirely? lol thanks for the advice and opinions guys!

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    You should use every possible advantage while on or off. Digestion of most forms or creatine is difficult for everyone I know, so it's common. Try using Creatine Ethyl Ester. That's much better but more expensive.
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    I'll definitely look into it and give it a shot. Anything to help reach my goals. Thanks for the info!

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