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RE: creatine and bad teeth 2008/03/18 18:38:22 (permalink)
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Felt fine or no teeth fell out - which is it??

well I suppose if no teeth fell out that's why he felt fine ...

I still think it would be a coincidence and with all the posts pointing out to the same outcome I think I proved my point

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RE: creatine and bad teeth 2008/03/18 18:41:19 (permalink)
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Yes creatine would be cariogenic as it is an acid

How bad though? Unlikely to be that bad as it isn't held in the mouth that long. However what you mix it in may have an impact. Are you consuming it in a cordial drink? This is a mix of acid and sugar for both instant and prolonged dental attack.



It isn't me, a fella at the gym asked me that and said he didn't take it with any sugar and two of his teeth broke while on it....

James I'd like to buy your book, I'm based in Belgium can you ship it ?

britcitizen@hotmail.com please let me know how we can do

Thanks

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RE: creatine and bad teeth 2008/03/18 18:47:46 (permalink)
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It's an e-book. It'll come in your email 'tray'.

 
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RE: creatine and bad teeth 2008/03/18 18:50:48 (permalink)
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It's an e-book. It'll come in your email 'tray'.

you're saying I can only read it online?

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RE: creatine and bad teeth 2008/03/18 18:53:43 (permalink)
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Unlikely to be the creatine.

My ebook is an ebook, meaning that once you've paid you get the download details to download it to your pc, you can then read it off line
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RE: creatine and bad teeth 2008/03/18 18:57:06 (permalink)
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Unlikely to be the creatine.

My ebook is an ebook, meaning that once you've paid you get the download details to download it to your pc, you can then read it off line


how can I pay.. bearing in mind I'm not in the UK...

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RE: creatine and bad teeth 2008/03/18 19:02:43 (permalink)
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Hi there - go to http://www.muscletalk.co.uk/ebook.aspx and follow the links - we use 2checkout.com - a very reputable payment processor

Hope you enjoy it!
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RE: creatine and bad teeth 2008/03/18 19:06:20 (permalink)
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Hi there - go to http://www.muscletalk.co.uk/ebook.aspx and follow the links - we use 2checkout.com - a very reputable payment processor

Hope you enjoy it!


OK thanks I'll have a look at it later

It seems like a great read.. not that there isn't enough to read on here but always a plus though

I would've prefered to read it on the beach while on holiday though

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Re: RE: creatine and bad teeth 2018/12/06 22:01:00 (permalink)
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Here's my personal experience with Creatine Hydrochloride, and observations.
When I sniffed it from the bulk bag, it smells acrid and sharp.  Mixed in bulk form in warm water, it tastes a little bit like puke... and that makes perfect sense, because when CrHCl is mixed in water, the Cr immediately peels off the HCl, and the HCl in water immediately turns into hydrochloric acid, which is -- stomach acid.
When I drank it, immediately afterward, my teeth had an almost sticky feeling to them... exactly like they feel after I puke.  It's been years since I had to puke, but I remember the feeling my teeth had afterward, and of course the sharp taste of the acid from my stomach.
The directions on the bulk bag say you should mix 1/2 a teaspoon with a full pint of water, and I understand why, now:  it's because the solution basically re-creates stomach acid, with creatine in it.
Everyone knows that bulimics suffer tooth damage from repeated, regular, self-forced vomiting.  So if you take CrHCl daily, you better drink a SMALL amount of it, mixed with a LARGE amount of water, to keep the concentration of the "stomach acid" to a low level, or you WILL suffer tooth damage just like somebody with bulimia, who forces themself to puke regularly.
Undoubtedly, actual acid from your stomach is stronger and more concentrated, but I know what I felt on my teeth, even after drinking the diluted form, 1/2 teaspoon in a full pint of water:  it was the same tooth "softness" I felt, the last time I had to puke when I had the flu several years ago.
 
Because of this, my plan is to use my CAPSULE MAKER to make capsules of Creatine HCl.
 
I don't like Creatine Monohydrate, because it DEFINITELY causes subcutaneous water retention in SOME people.  But I don't think it causes tooth damage.  When I drink a CrH mixture, it tastes pretty bland, so I truly doubt that it causes tooth damage, at least not by the same mechanism (hydrochloric acid)
 
And to be clear, I've never tried CEE, so I can't speak to it at all.  I'm limiting the scope of these remarks strictly to CREATINE HYDROCHLORIDE.  Mixed in water, it creates the equivalent of diluted STOMACH ACID, and this can DEFINITELY cause tooth damage over time, depending greatly on how much CrHCl is mixed in with the water.
 
If you're going to use CrHCl in bulk powder form, you should DEFINITELY use LOTS of water when you mix it.
 
Myself, my teeth are already in rough shape, so I'm just not going to leave it to chance.  I'm going to make capsules, and take them with my pre- and post-workout mix, so that the additional acid in the stomach doesn't cause a risk of ulcers.
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