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    Adding mono to shake?

    Are there any benefits to adding creatine mono to my protein shake?


    Or is it best to use on its own?


    Thanks....

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    Re: Adding mono to shake?

    Add it by all means. There's no additional benefit as such but both are good and wont affect each other.

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    Re: Adding mono to shake?

    Either one is fine. It's been shown by research that taking creatine post workout might have small benefit in terms of muscle gain and strength.
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    Re: Adding mono to shake?

    i am not a fan of the powdered creatine. they have a lot of fillers and shit in them so the 20 somethings buy them

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    Re: Adding mono to shake?

    You can add it or take them separately. Creatine is good to have in your daily routine regardless.

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    Re: Adding mono to shake?

    Quote Quote posted by girldevlin3 View Post
    Are there any benefits to adding creatine mono to my protein shake?


    Or is it best to use on its own?


    Thanks....
    Creatine has benefits, so yes
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    Re: Adding mono to shake?

    Yes you can add it if you want to

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