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    After the resistance training/cardio training...

    What types of food do ya'll consume immediately after...

    A resistance training workout (weights).
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    A cardiovascular workout.

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    A Protein drink with Skim Milk, Yogurt, Oat Bran, Raspberries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IainDaniel View Post
    A Protein drink with Skim Milk, Yogurt, Oat Bran, Raspberries.
    Is that considered one of your small 6-8 meals of the day?

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    yes

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    Quote Originally Posted by zonaguy03 View Post
    Is that considered one of your small 6-8 meals of the day?
    I think that is my problem. I due get in a protein shake afterwards, but instead of having a full small meal i consume a creatine suppl and wait for a few hours to eat the next meal which usually is a spinach salad. You think I should take creatine before the workout or after? And also do you put any yogurt in your diet?

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    This is how I work it.

    I have 6 meals a day. my workout is scheduled to have a meal after it. That meal will be the one I listed above.

    As for yogurt. Look at the 2nd post

    What kind of creatine?

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    cell tech- im looking at the sugar content now- its at 75g which is 25% daily value. 310 calories. its a mixer

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    Yeah celltech is load with a shitload of sugar. I am not a big fan of it, way overpriced. Take it postworkout.

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    Someone gave me the name of another product called CEE which are in pill form. I believe all creatine products have some source of sugar in them, but do you think that pill form of creatine has less sugar, and is that the route I need to go to loose body fat (less sugars)?

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    alot of products don't have sugar in them.

    You could just buy plain Creatine Monohydrate.

    CEE= Creatine Ethyl Ester. It more then likely won't have any sugar in it. If you are experiencing good results with just Creatine Mono, then I see no reason to use CEE.

    Processed sugars are garbage.

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    I know GNC is expensive, but the fastest way to get Creatine Monohydrate would be from a store like GNC?

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    they have a mix and a pill, should i stick with pill?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zonaguy03 View Post
    I know GNC is expensive, but the fastest way to get Creatine Monohydrate would be from a store like GNC?
    Online is pretty quick

    Try Sport Nutrition Supplements for Bodybuilding and Fitness needs

    or Bulk Nutrition - Retail Nutritional Supplements, Bodybuilding and Fitness Articles, and Bulk Specialty Powders!

    Creatine Mono I see no reason to get in a pill.

    CEE is meant to taste like shit, hence the reason some companies do a pill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IainDaniel View Post
    A Protein drink with Skim Milk, Yogurt, Oat Bran, Raspberries.
    I like to do my cardio later in the day towards the evening about 6-8 hours after ive done weights. Do you eat the same types of food (skim milk, yogurt, etc.) after you are done doing your cardio or what would you recommend- is a salad with carrots and skim milk okay?

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    I would do the same thing.

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