Originally Posted by Jdsm
Creatine has no nutritive value if you're just buying creatine monohydrate powder. Some companies sell a flavoured version, so that may have some calories in, but it sounds like they don't really know what they're talking about when it comes to creatine
Protein requirements vary based on a number of variables, but for most people I think they can probably hit their protein requirements from whole foods. It's definitely easier to get more protein through whey, since most powders are like 25g protein per scoop
Thanks mate, I'll look into it depending on prices.