When should someone consume creatine monohydrate & whey protein?

Protein shake. Usually after the workout. Be sure to follow the instructions carefully for the creatine. Don't overdo it and drink plenty of water.

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Hello, Is it safe to consume a whey protein which contains 2.5 g of Creatine Monohydrate per serve?

Probably . The answer depends on your weight. It is safe taken in a daily dose of 0.03 grams per kilogram per day, meaning a person weighing 180 lb (82 kg) can safely take a daily dose of 2.5 grams per day. That's one serving of your whey protein supplement. . Read more...

Hi I am 16 years old teen can I use creatine monohydrate and bcaa and whey protein? Or that will effect my height or kidney or livers growth badly?

Bcaa. These products are touted for body building and muscle building. The problem is that we don't know the longterm effects these substances have on a growing adolescent. For example seizures have been reported with its use. Read more...

I'm planning to take optimum nutrition protein powder "serious mass". Just wanted to know if creatine monohydrate safe for health?

Very safe. I am extremely glad that you are choosing to use creatine as your bodybuilding supplement rather than an anabolic steroid. The former is for real athletes; the latter is for cheaters / lawbreakers. Remember that most women strongly prefer the "natural bodybuilder" look, feel, and attitude. Best wishes. Read more...

Suffering diabities 2 last 4 mnth glucose level frm 322mg/dl to 119mg/dl (empty stomach)can do heavy weight training nd can I eat creatine monohydrate?

Need better control. A blood sugar of 322 means your diabetes is out of control. You need to contact your doctor, and change your eating habits to: regular meals; no huge amounts; a key change would be to have a high fiber diet of 40-50 grams daily. Do light weight training to start. Combining weight training and endurance (arobic) training is better than either. Better control of sugar may prevent needing meds. Read more...
Diabetes. Weight training will help your sugars. Eating creatinine likely won't make much of a difference. Any exercise will help prevent spikes to your glucose. Exercising even lightly after a meal such as walking will do best in preventing high numbers. Read more...