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    liquid creatine vs. powder

    I have taken creatine monohydrate powder for a while now, but recently read that about 90% of the creatine in powder form isn't used, but that more is used if you take creatine in the liquid form. Anyone know which is better for you/ more productive?

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    creatine isn't stable in a liquid.

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    So youre saying that basically the powder form is a waste? Ive always thought that pills were better cause they release when they are inside of your system...only problem is, I want to take Maximum Pump, and I have a problem with taking pills (cant swalow them whole)...but I guess I can give it a shot..worst comes to worst, il chew em up...would that be fine? Anyone know if they are solid or gelcaps? By gelcaps I mean the powder is in a little silicone incasing that disolves when its in you

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    liquid creatine is a waste of time. Creatine is not stable in the LIQUID form (reread the post from Dan) and even the refrigerated liquid forms break down and are worthless. That's why all the credible creatine brands only sell creatine as a powder.
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    liquid creatine is snake oil
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    But when I mix the powder into water to make your own drink, doesnt it also become unstable...you mean to say that its unstable after a certain period of time?

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    My liquid creatine became gummy after a while.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BuddyClubNeon
    But when I mix the powder into water to make your own drink, doesnt it also become unstable...you mean to say that its unstable after a certain period of time?
    It doesn't instantaneously break down to creatinine, so it should be comsumed right after dissolving in a liquid

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