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    njp
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    Question What's better....

    O.K. I've done a search on creatine here and there's quite a bit info, but my question is there a huge difference between taking creatine powder compared to the creatine pills you can buy. Thanks for the feedback.

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    You should go with the powder. It gets into your system faster.
    And when you take creatine cycle it 3 months on and 3 off so you will get better results. (forget about the pills)

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    anything other than powder is a ripoff

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    Thanks for the input, any specific brand or is it about preference when selecting creatine.

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    I like EAS fruit punch, taste good!

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    Have a read of this it may help and personally I would stick with the powder but that is JMO

    http://www.anabolicreview.com/vbulle...light=creatine

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    EAS phosphagen (This stuff works and it's cheap)

    I love EAS Betagen (It awesom, but expensive so if you have money go with this)

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    Is 5g a teaspoon or tablespoon?

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