One day at a time. Then you....and only you will have the force of Creatine Cycling. Unless some else is on cycle. Then they too will have the force. After that we just commence in a bunch of forcing it in.
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I was just wondering what was the "latest" as far as creatine cycling. I have heard that it is not necessary, but it seems that your body would find a way to "normalize" it's creatine level over time if it is not cycled. Can anyone speak on this?
Same as always, no cycling needed or recommended. Vid series that covers most major Qs on creatine: cycling, loading, etc, etc, here:
Series on BB.com that covers just some of the extensive health benefits of creatine:
Although creatine offers an array of benefits, most people think of it simply as a supplement that bodybuilders and other athletes use to gain strength and muscle mass.
Nothing could be further from the truth. People who don't follow the research on creatine are often stunned to find out how much research has been done, and how many health, fitness, and longevity uses creatine may have.
Why the mainstream media has ignored this fact - in favor of outlandish poorly substantiated scare stories - is unclear, but there has always been a double standard in the mainstream media when it comes to nutritional supplements.
This report will cover much of what creatine has to offer as a safe and inexpensive supplement with an exceptionally wide range of potential uses. Though I will go into depth about each, creatine may positively effect:
Sarcopenia (a loss of muscle mass due to aging)
Improve in brain function of healthy and damaged brains
Diseases effecting the neuro muscular system, such as muscular dystrophy (MD)
Wasting syndromes/muscle atrophy
Huntington's disease and other mitochondrial cytopathies
Various brain pathologies.
May increasing growth hormone (GH) levels, to those seen with exercise
Reduce homocysteine levels
Possibly improving the symptoms of Chronic fatigue Syndrome
Improve cardiac function in those with congestive heart failure
Creatine is proving to be one of the most promising, well researched, and safe supplements ever discovered for an exceptionally wide range of uses. See: