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Not so much concerned about brand, but some creatine powders are 5000 mg of Creatine Monohydrate with no calories. such as: http://www.vitacost.com/NSI-CreaPure-Creatine-5000-mg-1000-g-2-2-lbs#IngredientFacts
Others have sugar added and include 6119mg of a creatine matrix including:
Creatine Ester Phosphate and
Creatine Ethyl Ester
As well as some chromium, sodium and a few other nutrients. Such as: http://www.walmart.com/catalog/product.do?product_id=10322411#ProductDetail
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I am currently taking Creatine (CEE), Whey, Sida Cordifolia, and Alli diet pills, will they all still work!?
Be careful of protein powders. They can contain toxic metals such as arsenic, lead, cadmium, and mercury. Also, your body can only metabolize 5-9 grams of protein per hour. Anything beyond that will either be excreted out, turned into fat, or turned into urea, which can damage the kidneys. This is not to say you don’t need protein, but you can easily have too much. You can get all the protein you need from regular foods like meat, eggs, and milk, and it’s much cheaper too. Keep in mind that protein powders are not regulated, and any claims the supplements industry makes are suspect. See the Consumer Reports article on page 24 in the July 2010 issue for more information.
As for the pills, get rid of them. NO pills or herbal supplements are proven to do anything but add calories, which make you fat, and as I said above, they aren’t regulated. Who knows WHAT they are doing to your body.
The best thing you can do is eat sensibly and exercise. That is the ONLY proven way to lose weight.
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