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Old 05-03-2005, 12:19 AM #3
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Originally Posted by BadMagick
I hear a lot of people saying creatine just adds water to your muscles, but none of them have ever backed that up.

It seems to me that using creatine could be very helpful, if used properly, as it aids to repair muscles quicker. The benefits of which would be obvious. I've heard some personal trainers and such say it's a good supplement to use.
I also heard that creatine may hurt your kidneys. Is this true at all?
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