Creatine (an amino acid) is a muscle building substance. It is often used by bodybuilders to bring on muscle growth.
Creatine is an amino acid. It is an amino acid that makes us grow muscle. In the context of dieting, it is a substance that we should use sparingly. In the context of weight loss, it is not very helpful. The best way to get rid of body fat is to use it to increase our metabolism or to gain strength. When you are doing your best to lose weight, you should only use it to gain strength, not to build muscles.
So creatine should not be used for weight loss and should be avoided by those who want to increase their metabolism. But when you want to make sure you’re getting enough protein and are using it sparingly, creatine can be really helpful. We got some creatine in our gym for free and it works wonders for us. We didn’t need its magic to get lean, we just needed to know that it worked.
This is another reason why we can’t recommend creatine as a fat loss supplement. The problem is that you can lose weight by using creatine, but you will always be adding it back into your body. Therefore you need to minimize the amount you use it, but when you do use it, you need to really be sure youre getting enough protein and creatine.
But then again, creatine is very different from fats. If you eat meat, you lose less fat as you eat carbs, but if you eat fish, you gain around 15 grams of protein. If you eat carbs, you lose about 15 grams of fat. So you need to use it.
But if your goal is to gain muscle and lose fat, you really don’t need to eat as much protein as you should. If you eat protein, you gain about 2 grams of protein per every gram of fat you consume. So, you would need to eat about 1 gram of carbs to be getting enough protein.
So, creatine is a good way to get muscle and lose fat, but it is not the way you should eat if you want to gain muscle. It is okay for you to eat carbs, but carbs shouldnt be your main source of nutrition. If you want to gain muscle, you should eat carbs or fat.
As I mentioned in one of my books, creatine is a big fat hyped thing. It isnt a super-effective way to gain muscle, and it has its place in certain situations, but for most people it isn’t worth the trouble.
The people who have been getting creatine for years were mostly women who had been exercising at a high level for a long time. They are still getting better at exercise, but creatine is not a substitute for it.
I agree. I also want to make a confession I have been taking creatine for a while. I started taking it before I really knew what I wanted to do with it. I had some success, but was not able to maintain it. As a result I now only take it during the week. I have been using creatine for about three years now, and I have not had any ill effects from it.