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Body Fortress Creatine 240 capsules 700mg Better than half price £11.99 Was £28.99 @ Holland and Barrett

£11.99 @ Holland and Barrett
Title says it all, they have creatine powder on half price as well that is £9.99 was £19.99. You may find these cheaper on dodgy internet shops. This is a well reputed website, you can buy in store…
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Title says it all, they have creatine powder on half price as well that is £9.99 was £19.99.

You may find these cheaper on dodgy internet shops. This is a well reputed website, you can buy in store or free delivery voucher is attached for orders over £25.
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#1
Just to pre-emptively dispell any myths people come up with...

1. It's safe.
2. It works, particularly if you dont eat alot of red meat. Big energy boost.
3. It wont turn you into the terminator overnight.
#2
What do these do?

Do they make you more toned?
#3
NitrousUK;6243850
Just to pre-emptively dispell any myths people come up with...

1. It's safe.
2. It works, particularly if you dont eat alot of red meat. Big energy boost.
3. It wont turn you into the terminator overnight.


Voted cold then.;-)
#4
kjbenja;6244032
What do these do?

Do they make you more toned?

...they increase creatine levels in the body :thumbsup:
#5
they help recovery times when working out, help gice extra stamina and in a 1 year test with 750 ish people only 1 pulled out due to getting the runs

the rest were fine

i take it but am a fat lump so only for a bit of energy when working out with my 1kg weights
#6
why cold, if its cheaper than other places and accessible from in store. How you use it and what you get it depends on how much you work out. does it make a cold deal?
#7
these are always on offer i suppose:)
#8
Primarily creatines is release as acid into the muscles to provide energy for the muscle to conract it is not necessarily a recovery tool protein and rest is for that, although you can use creatine if you want it's not ideal.

Also there's no assurance that it is safe, so you take it at your own risk.

It's not a miracle tool either and you'll find an intake of caffeine before a workout will give you a similar effect. Keep your money for good food.
#9
cas398
Primarily creatines is release as acid into the muscles to provide energy for the muscle to conract it is not necessarily a recovery tool protein and rest is for that, although you can use creatine if you want it's not ideal.

Also there's no assurance that it is safe, so you take it at your own risk.

It's not a miracle tool either and you'll find an intake of caffeine before a workout will give you a similar effect. Keep your money for good food.


Depends, I'm vegetarian and this stuff is like crack for my energy levels, as my body isnt accustomed to creatine levels from sources such as red meats. I've not found any scientific proof that its unsafe, even in high doses, tho obviously pouring a tub down your throat wont do you any favours. If theres some important research about the dangers please provide some links so we can check them out.
#10
NitrousUK
Depends, I'm vegetarian and this stuff is like crack for my energy levels, as my body isnt accustomed to creatine levels from sources such as red meats. I've not found any scientific proof that its unsafe, even in high doses, tho obviously pouring a tub down your throat wont do you any favours. If theres some important research about the dangers please provide some links so we can check them out.


What depends? I said it is to provide energy(acid to the msucles).

Whilst you can say it's not definitive that the product is unsafe neither is it definitive that the product is safe, so like I said you use it at your own risk. Read this for me info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Creatine_supplements#Safety

Infact any google search will allert you to the potential risks of creatine, which you don't seem to have done.

http://www.creatinemonohydrate.net/creatine-side-effects
I quote:
"These contaminants are particularly evident for cheaper brands of creatine. Moreover, some of the impurities present in poorer quality brands of creatine are potentially toxic and may give rise to adverse side effects."

Also take into considertaion these products are not checked before they come into the country.

This is also a good read from someone with first hand experience concerning the above points:
http://www.scoobysworkshop.com/supplements.htm

So ask yourself is it worth it when you can do things naturally? Let's face it if people frown upon steroids which are a controlled substance (unless obtained on the black market) then why is creatine so acceptable, because it is legally in shops? It's a bit hypocritical if you ask me.

Caffeine before + constant source of protein = win, especially when you know what you're putting in to yourself, you're at the gym to improve your body don't forget.

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