As with all supplementation, consult your physician first (especially if you have a medical condition). Do not use if you are pregnant/lactating or under the age of 18. Remember that an adequate state of hydration must be maintained when using this product. Have at least 8-12 large glasses of water per day. Taking more than the recommended dose will not improve results and may cause adverse reactions. For best results an appropriate muscle gain eating plan and training programme should be followed. High intakes of free-form amino acids may cause gastric discomfort in sensitive individuals - if this prolongs, reduce dosage or discontinue. Do not exceed recommended daily intake. Nutritional supplements should not replace a varied diet. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN
High CK levels are common in bodybuilders and athletes for two reasons: 1) we use creatine and 2) we train hard. Both are known to increase CK. The best thing to do is to take a week off training and creatine before your next liver enzyme test and you may find that your CK returns to normal. If not take a month of creatine (to bring levels back to baseline) and a week off training before the next test. If CK is still high, then you may have a legitimate liver problem, which you need to discuss with your doctor (as I'm not qualified to diagnose disease).
Hi, You can take both of these products; it is advisable that you consume Recovery 2:1 post-training, and then Muscle Mousse as a snack before bedtime. As long as they’re spaced out by a few hours or so, this is fine. Muscle Mousse contains casein, which is a type of protein that is digested very slowly, and thus, serves to provide nourishment for muscles during sleep (or over extended periods of time) whereby the body would normally undergo a “fasting” period. This helps to maintain an anabolic state, and retain existing muscle mass.