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    I have read that taking a shot of apple cider vinegar combined with lemon juice () can help your body with carbohydrate partitioning, ensuring that a larger part of the carbs you ingest will go to refilling muscle and liver glycogen stores rather than be stored as fat (kind of like r-ala). does this hold merit? and if so how should I take it? i read that immediatly before meals is the optimal way, but right now i am loading creatine, so i won't be taking it close to when i take creatine, i don't want to mess up pH levels in my gut while creatine is present.

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    you take creatine before every meal???
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    Originally posted by P-funk
    you take creatine before every meal???
    for the next 4 days, after every meal. i'm loading.

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    Re: cider vinegar and lemon juice






    Originally posted by OmarJackson
    I have read that taking a shot of apple cider vinegar combined with lemon juice () can help your body with carbohydrate partitioning, ensuring that a larger part of the carbs you ingest will go to refilling muscle and liver glycogen stores rather than be stored as fat (kind of like r-ala). does this hold merit? and if so how should I take it? i read that immediatly before meals is the optimal way, but right now i am loading creatine, so i won't be taking it close to when i take creatine, i don't want to mess up pH levels in my gut while creatine is present.

    thanks.
    Yes, it is true. I use it as a salad dressing. You only need to do it 1-2 times a day. I take 2T. ACV per day.



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