Hunger Pangs After Creatine? Here’s Why (& What to Do)

A Lime Green Scoop Containing Creatine on Top of White Creatine Powder

Creatine neither increases nor suppresses hunger. Creatine merely increases the energy stores in your muscles. With that being said, creatine supplementation will require you to drink more water than usual, and often dehydration is mistaken for hunger. Furthermore, the increased energy in your muscles should generally help you to workout for longer and harder. So, … Read more

What Happens if You Don’t Drink Enough Water With Creatine? (4 Creatine H2O Facts)

A Scoop of Creatine and 3 Creatine Pills

You’ll typically always hear a vast array of do’s and don’t about creatine. But, one thing is for sure, you know you should definitely be drinking plenty of water. However, it’s difficult to know whether you’re drinking enough water, and what can potentially happen if you don’t. So, allow me to explain everything you need … Read more

Does Creatine Make Your Face Fat? (4 Factors to Consider)

A Scoop of Powdered Creatine and 3 Creatine Pills

The main reason you take creatine is to increase muscle mass and strength, while improving your sports performance. However, you’ll also often hear of certain side effects when it comes to creatine supplementation. And possibly the last thing you want when you’re trying to sculpt the perfect physique is a fat face to top it … Read more

How Long Does it Take to Lose Creatine Water Weight? (Solved!)

How Long to Lose Creatine Water Weight

So, you want to know how long to lose creatine water weight. As fantastic a supplement as creatine is, many of us tend to worry about the inevitable happening. Okay, I’ll admit that this isn’t the case for everyone, but the vast majority of people tend to put on water weight through creatine supplementation. Plus, … Read more

Why Does Creatine HCL Taste Sour? (Explained!)

Why Does Creatine HCL Taste Sour

It’s a question I see asked now and again, “Why Does Creatine HCL Taste Sour?” Creatine may well be one of the most popular and widely researched supplements, but that doesn’t mean that all creatine is the same. I would hazard a guess that most people start out with creatine monohydrate. However, it seems as … Read more