Posted On:6/05/2005 3:39pm
Style: BJJ, Boxing
Isn't it a bad idea to `cook in' protein powder? I am pretty sure it's a great way to denature the proteins and lose many of their benefits.
I'm also not certain what cooking would do to creatine. It's not precisely inert, so heating it might be a bad idea.
Posted On:6/05/2005 3:51pm
Moreover, mixed with fruit juice, creatine promotes formation of the metabolic waste product creatinine, which stresses the kidneys. It also has been linked to muscle cramps, strains and pulls as well as diarrhea...
For example, 2-3 pounds of raw meat or fish contain the equivalent of 5 grams of pure creatine monohydrate powder (see Question #7). Since heat degrades creatine, however, cooking will reduce their creatine content and increase the amount you'll need to eat to obtain a given amount of creatine.
Posted On:6/05/2005 3:52pm
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Posted On:6/05/2005 4:25pm
Style: Chemical Assistance
Therefore take Kre-alkalyn. Prevents conversion to Creatinine and doesn't denature in stomach acids. Also, if you're getting cramps from Creatine, you're not hydrated enough.
Numa ^ 3
Posted On:6/05/2005 8:35pm
Style: Shaolin Hung Gar Kung Fu
Dude! You need greens! Eat celery, spinach or a couple of salads every day.
Posted On:6/06/2005 1:09pm
Style: BJJ and then some
Maybe I've got the California advantage, but fresh fruits and vegetables are CHEAP. Get yourself some kale and apples.
Posted On:6/08/2005 2:49am
EAT SOMETHING SOLID YOU FREAK! jeeziz...
btw are you lactose intolerant? some people don't find out for a long time.
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