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Old 09-19-2003, 08:38 AM   #21
Jeff Reiser
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To throw a completely different twist to all of this....if Creatine fills the muscle up with water, doesn't it do the same thing to your heart, brain, etc.?

In my opinion that sounds a little scary!

It seems to me that everything should be taken in moderation, too much of one thing can be bad when there isn't something else to counter act it.

Just a few rambling thoughts.

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