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    Quote Originally Posted by Slow Uncle Joe View Post
    Creatine saps and impurifies the urine, not the blood.
    What is "sapping" the urine? Urine is "pure" otherwise? There I was thinking that urine was being excreted for a decent reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slow Uncle Joe View Post
    Creatine saps and impurifies the urine, not the blood.
    I don’t know what the hell that even means, but I do know the saps not risin in Georgia till spring.

    Study up before you post...Creatinine clearance (I get mine read through bloodwork) determines your overall glomerular filtration rate (GFR), which reflect how well your kidneys are cleaning your blood. Properly functioning kidneys clear creatinine from the blood. So a high level of creatinine CAN suggest renal impairment. Creatine use can provide elevations to your creatinine levels, which can falsely suggest compromised kidney function.

    Hope it helps (kinda sapped my energy typing all this)!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    What is "sapping" the urine?
    If General Ripper says my fluids are sapped, that's good enough for me:

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    So creatine and not the commies are polluting our precious bodily fluids?

    General Ripper, someone wants to talk to you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slow Uncle Joe View Post
    If General Ripper says my fluids are sapped, that's good enough for me:

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    If your urine is “sappy” I would be concerned with rhabdo...but that’s just me! LOL

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    That “sappy” stuff isn’t urine, boys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soule View Post
    That “sappy” stuff isn’t urine, boys!
    LOL Penicillin time!

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    If we were mice, another reason to supplement creatine (helps with at least some cancers):

    Creatine uptake regulates CD8 T cell antitumor immunity | The Journal of Experimental Medicine | Rockefeller University Press

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    Any particular brand that you recommend?

    I looked on Amazon and, maybe it's just me, but brand names like Beast Sports Nutrition, Creatine Carnage, Insane Labz, Beyond Raw Chemistry Labs, just don't inspire confidence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MashedTaters View Post
    Any particular brand that you recommend?

    I looked on Amazon and, maybe it's just me, but brand names like Beast Sports Nutrition, Creatine Carnage, Insane Labz, Beyond Raw Chemistry Labs, just don't inspire confidence.
    After reading this thread, I got this one on Amazon. I use a lot of products from Now Foods.

    Amazon.com: NOW Sports Nutrition, Creatine Monohydrate 750 mg, Mass Building*/Energy Production*, 120 Capsules: Health & Personal Care

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