A raw foodist on creatine, now that's something you don't hear about every day.
Not sure if that was directed as a 'let down' or an 'interesting'. I don't want to be a part of the whole dogma type have surrounding the lifestyle as a raw foodist. I don't think it's contradicting to my dietary habits and choices.
Creatine is perhaps the only thing outside of a raw diet that I feel is worth doing. I look at other stuff as well. I am trying the aaklg (l-arginine / salt amino acid supp) once again as well because I also feel it to be very effective.
As stated before; the choices i've made toward nutrition and diet were 100% because I felt they would enhance my performance and take me to the top and nothing else would do so as efficiently.
BUT if there was anything I was leaving out the picture that could take me further; like creatine; i'd continue to supplement as omitting it would cause me to lose out on something I felt was beneficial for athletic performance. I still consider my saw a raw foodist 100%; evrything I consume, (outside of creatine and perhaps aakg) is either raw or live
Where do you get your protein?
But as long as people stay away from our cooler bags with our meals and not ask silly questions, we're all pretty tame