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A 34-year-old member asked:

What's a good powder protein or creatine to take?

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Dr. Mohammed Karim
Internal Medicine 29 years experience
Not known: Creatine and protien power are popular supplement among body builders who are trying to add muscle mass. No guideline or FDA recommnedation. Excessive of creatinine use and muscle mass will put a burden on Kidney. If you decide to take it, drink plenty of water (>3 liter/d), check kidney function & CPK. Talk to PCP and know your health before using them.

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A 49-year-old member asked:

Can you tell me is good take creatine and whey protein ?

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Dr. Thomas Trojian
Sports Medicine 28 years experience
Creatine: Creatine is a small molecule that helps with initial activity energy. It holds onto phosphorous in the muscle cells. Therefore, maintaining maximum creatine in muscle cells will allow increase sets, help sprinting workouts, it will pull water into muscles. Whey protein has important branch chain Amino Acids that can help after lifting. Both the best legal supplements for lifting.

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