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    Creating.

    Hi, creatine works well for me, I use twice a year for 10 weeks, I take 5 mg a day, don't get a bad stomach, I know what the recommended dose is, has anyone had any experience with taking more to reach saturation quicker, I was thinking 10-15 mg a day without loading.

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    You can, but from what I've read, loading isn't really necessary.
    Do a search if you want to read more, there are a TON of Creatine FAQ threads here.
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    Thanks.

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    Assuming you meant grams right dickster? 5mg creatine wouldn't do anything. i was going to shorten your nym for brevity to 1 syllable but changed my mind hehe

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    no need to cycle creatine, you can use it continuously if you wanted..

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    Thanks. Dickster.

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    Current research shows that there is no need for a loading phase.

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    Thanks, thought you had to come off it as you body reaches saturation and so it stops having effect, will try staying with it for longer. Dickster

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    You don't build "tolerance" to it as you do with AAS, etc. It's a naturally occurring nutrient in the body. Making sure you have an adequate supply simply ensures you have optimum ATP reuptake, and H2O retention in muscle tissue.

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