What happens once you stop taking whey/muscle milk/protien shakes?

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 08-17-2008, 12:11 PM         #1
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What happens once you stop taking whey/muscle milk/protien shakes?
 

 
I just bought a 6 1/2 lb of CytoSport CytoGainer. Question, I heard a lot of good reviews about this, but what if I get to my goal, and stop taking this and still workout in the same routines, would I keep that status or lose it?
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 10 years ago '08        #2
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You won't lose your results as long as you still lift pretty good..now with Creatine, that's different, your body will some what change after you take it
 10 years ago '08        #3
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You will see a slight difference, because your calorie and protein intake will be reduced, so you will see some weight loss, however for this not to occur, you would need to increase your meal consumption to make up for those lost calories and protein.
 08-17-2008, 07:38 PM         #5
H20  OP
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Nothing much, maybe some slight muscle mass loss. Depends though if you keep training hard, if you do, you probably won't see any change. The only change you might see is you probably won't see the gains as quick as you did while on protein. Because that's the main purpose of taking protein is to see those gains a lot quicker.
 08-17-2008, 08:19 PM         #6
mblock  OP
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Serving size says 4 scoops though, should I take that once a day, or more than once,all at once or what?

thanks for the info
 10 years ago '08        #7
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 mblock said:
Serving size says 4 scoops though, should I take that once a day, or more than once,all at once or what?

thanks for the info
your trying to gain weight right? If so then take around lunch (along with a meal and before bed, that works best for me
 10 years ago '06        #8
Rique 65 heat pts65
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my friend had cytogainer he didnt like it cuz the low servings he said it lasted like a little over a week maybe 2
 10 years ago '04        #9
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 mblock said:
I just bought a 6 1/2 lb of CytoSport CytoGainer. Question, I heard a lot of good reviews about this, but what if I get to my goal, and stop taking this and still workout in the same routines, would I keep that status or lose it?
You're diet has to be at maintenance; you have to eat enough to maintain your body weight/composition.

Say you get to 200lbs. To maintain you'll wanna eat somewhere around 3000-3500 calories a day and 200-400g protein.
 08-18-2008, 10:59 AM         #10
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Makes sense. thanks
 08-18-2008, 12:31 PM         #11
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So, what happens when you stop taking Creatine monohydrate.
 08-18-2008, 02:09 PM         #12
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 pants40 said:
So, what happens when you stop taking Creatine monohydrate.
You lose some mass, and some strength.
 08-29-2008, 01:39 AM         #13
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 pants40 said:
So, what happens when you stop taking Creatine monohydrate.
yah you might lose some muscle mass. because your body will contain less creatine than it normally has (if your taking creatine). thats why I FIND it better to take just protein shakes (that DONT contain creatine). because you can compensate for the protein with natural foods. but creatine, you cant (at least that i know of).

*wonders if theres natural foods that contain creatine*.
 10 years ago '98        #14
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 stacks050 said:
weightgainers are basically a meal replacement, so just eat a meal when u would take the cyto and you'll grow bigger or stay the same.

i used to take cyto but stopped and just eat 6 to 7 meals a day and made real good gains but lately i been gettin lazy with preparing meals so i might switch back.
:iagree:
 10 years ago '08        #15
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 Rique said:
my friend had cytogainer he didnt like it cuz the low servings he said it lasted like a little over a week maybe 2
If it was the Cytogainer weight-gainer ( serving size 4 scoops x 3 servings a day ), then it lasting about a week or two sounds somewhat accurate, but the weight-gainers that I've used in the past have only lasted me about 4-5 days.

sh*t is purposely dispersed into the tubs to last a short period of time because using a weight-gainer for extended periods of time is idiotic, considering healthy weight gain is 1lb. a week, and anything more than that is fat.

Once the weight-gainer is finished, then you switch to regular protein and just maintain the new weight, or you can continue gaining ( but not with weight-gainer, because you're trying to limit fat gain and increase lean muscle mass ).
 08-30-2008, 08:09 PM         #16
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 thug_lyfe_05 said:

*wonders if theres natural foods that contain creatine*.
Of course there is homie. Beef is a notable choice, I really think tuna is good with it too but I am not totally sure. I think in general, most red meats have good amounts of creatine but those sh*ts have saturated fat so most people benefit from creatine powders..


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 10 years ago '06        #17
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I've always wondered when cats say to eat 5-6 meals a day, what is considered a "meal"?

A tuna sandwich?

Or do I need to eat a 3 course meal 5-6 times a day?
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 Jersey826 said:
I've always wondered when cats say to eat 5-6 meals a day, what is considered a "meal"?

A tuna sandwich?

Or do I need to eat a 3 course meal 5-6 times a day?
As much as you can a tuna sandwich with a decent side would be considered a meal. Mashed potatoes on the side
 10 years ago '04        #19
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 thug_lyfe_05 said:
yah you might lose some muscle mass. because your body will contain less creatine than it normally has (if your taking creatine). thats why I FIND it better to take just protein shakes (that DONT contain creatine). because you can compensate for the protein with natural foods. but creatine, you cant (at least that i know of).

*wonders if theres natural foods that contain creatine*.
kinda...some of the mass gain you will get is from the water retention from the creatine

you don't lose "muscle"...you just lose some size which is the water in your muscle. it's nothing to worry about though because while you're on creatine, your strength should increase and while it's possible to lose SOME of it when you get off of it, it still helped you pass a certain point. so it should be easier for you to get past that point again if stopping creatine ends up reducing your strength
 09-01-2008, 02:43 AM         #20
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 123456 said:
kinda...some of the mass gain you will get is from the water retention from the creatine

you don't lose "muscle"...you just lose some size which is the water in your muscle. it's nothing to worry about though because while you're on creatine, your strength should increase and while it's possible to lose SOME of it when you get off of it, it still helped you pass a certain point. so it should be easier for you to get past that point again if stopping creatine ends up reducing your strength
i know that, i just didnt see it necessary to get technical.

and he will lose some strength because creatine is an acid that supplies ENERGY to muscles and nerve cells. less creatine=less energy unless he can compensate for it.
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