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Is Kre Alkalyn Creatine Safe
Not clear.: It may depend on the severity of the ckd. A small study in 2002 [nephrol. Dial. Transplant. (2002) 17 (3): 528-529] looked at taurine supplementation in dialysis patients and found increased side effects (mostly dizziness and vertigo) that resolved with discontinuation of the taurine. Recommend using caution with any non-fda approved pharmaceuticals, particularly in ckd. Not enough is known. ...Read more
Hi is is ok if I use dymatize elite recoup contains bcaas, L-glutamine and citrulline malate http://www.Dolphinfitness.Co.Uk/en/dymatize-elite-recoup?
Protein drink: It looks like you're on some asthma inhalers, but i don't know what your medical conditions might be. I see nothing in this protein drink which would conflict with use of inhalers http://tinyurl.Com/lspp8gt -- but you need to check with your own physician who knows you better than online physicians like us on healthtap. The product ingredients as listed should be safe for most healthy people. ...Read more
Safety unknown: No single company selling those products would experiment on nursing mothers to give us an answer. But logically speaking, those are constituents of our daily foods, mainly animal and plant proteins, so eating nuts, poultry, fish and wheat would suffice, and you don't need to be in doubt till you're done nursing, enjoy your baby ...Read more
Controversial!: Talk to your md before taking creatine or creatine supplements . Creatine use in high school and college athletes( esp. Football and track )has increased tremendously in the past 15 -20 years.Some studies suggest increase performance w/ creatine use in short, " burst" type activities such as sprinting.They are" legal" by ncaa ; but cannot be dispensed by the college.Side effects?Cramping/wt. Gain. ...Read more
Most likely yes: If it is the amino energy mix i know about, it has multiple Amino Acids (which are safe and can help build muscle for workouts) and green tea and coffee extract which gives about 200mg of caffeine. The caffeine prior to workout can cause problems, especially if you have cardiac issues, arrythmia, or if you're dehydrated. If you are healthy, then the drink is most likely safe without issues. ...Read more
Is it necessary to take medicine for liver functioning (Himalaya liver 52ds) while taking supplements (whey protein, BCAAs, glutamine, creatine etc)?
Unnatural substances: Taking multiple substances sold as supplements or body enhancers is unnatural (eating food is natural), and such supplements are not tested for effects and side effects, compared to the testing that is required of real medications. Thus, all sorts of claims can be made by sellers and other people, but in reality nobody knows for sure what good or bad things can happen. As they say, "Buyer beware." ...Read more
Including essential Amino acids supplement (BCAA) would affect gout?
Is Whey Protein supplements & glutamine supplement safe for gout users?
None will effect gou: Gout is related to URIC ACID and PURINES, not amino acids or protein supplements. BUT, since everything you mention is a complete waste of money, why bother to ask? There are meds used to control gout in different ways. Low dose aspirin and thiazide diuretics tend to raise uric acid levels. Alcohol, especially in large amounts, often causes attacks. Low purine diets are slightly effective. ...Read more
See answer: Eating a healthy diet while breastfeeding is important: what you eat determines the energy, protein, nutrient and vitamin content of your breast milk. But because contents of Amino Acid supplements (aas) vary; branched-chain aa may be harmful; and scientific information about the use of aas while nursing is very limited; always better to play it safe and avoid and discuss first with your ob-gyn md. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes: Though i don't know why.Get a more detailed answer ›
Uncertain: It is not known if taking taking creatine is safe while nursing. In reality, nobody knows for sure, because there are many different brands of this, with varying purities, different doses, etc... That means a woman is safest if she doesn't take supplements that she does not truly need (some supplements are needed, most are NOT needed). Creatine supplements are usually unnecessary. ...Read more
I doubt it: I reviewed the product briefly and found no theoretical reason why anybody should be worried. Epidemiology generates all kinds of associations that never get replicated and don't make sense. Creatine's a great bodybuilding supplement especially if you want to gain mass, and the idea that it's simply water is simplistic. Check with your phsyicain before doing serious resistance training. ...Read more
Not sure: I am not sure if it is helpful but some clinicians would argue that creatine can cause elevation or at least changes in mood and combining that with more psychoactive substances could lead to unpredictable results. I would talk to your prescribing doctor about your plans and see if there is an agreement that creatine is going to work well for your condition based on your history. Stay safe! ...Read more
Has side effects: Contains cartinine and too much can cause diarrhea itching and rashes are common nausea in some which may be due to pantothenic acid or vit b5 as mega men contains 5 times the daily recommended dose high intake of b6 which is 2500% of daily requirement in two capsules is known to cause nerve damage too much vitamin a which is in high level can cause dizziness and headache watch for side effects. ...Read more
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