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Wouldn't it be cheaper to get a regular protein powder and your get your carb sources form something else?
Adequate protein to maintain and the creatine should be fine unless your doctor otherwise states.
Pretty much what was already mentioned. Look for a whey isolate or lactose free protein.
pro-biotic or pre-biotic. Good brands mentioned already.
Can't go wrong with chocolate.
Not sure what you're trying to compare, but try to find which one is good on your budget.
I would probably use those funds for food. Just look into getting some fish oil, whey protein (to hit your protein needs), and some creatine
You're probably caffeine tolerant. So the pre-workout with the most caffeine per serving should be the most bang for your buck
Yohimbine can cause this especially on an empty stomach. Find something without yohimbine.
creatine mono. I use NOW, but just find a brand that is reputable and reasonably priced.
overall caloric intake is the important factor for whether or not you'll be making gains
I bought 3mg tablets from the store so I usually use one tablet. I have never had the need to use any more than that.
monohydrate. Choose whatever brand is in your budget. Creatine is cheap and effective.
creatine intake time doesn't matter. You just want to take it daily to become saturated.
getting enough food and protein would help preserve your muscle.
Consult a physician if your symptoms worsen
l-tyrosine and some caffeine.