Is it ok to store protein powder and creatine in the car?

  • manpit209

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    Nov 25, 2009 6:42 AM GMT
    I have a 24 Hour Fitness membership that allows me to go to many different gyms. As a result, I'm always moving around to various gyms near work or on the way home from work. Since I'm on the go a lot, I wanted to store a good chunk of my protein and creatine in my car so that I can make a quick shake whenever I need to rather than going home to make them. So I'm wondering, does protein powder and creatine go bad stored in mild to moderate heat? I assume it doesn't but I'm not an expert. Any input is greatly appreciated. Thanks.
  • intruder

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    Nov 26, 2009 6:42 AM GMT
    What about putting it deep in your trunk, where it would mostly stay cool?

    It would be pimpin' to have a fold-out bar in the trunk of your car, which you open up in front of the gym wherever you go. icon_cool.gif
  • intruder

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    Nov 26, 2009 6:43 AM GMT
    lol I just noticed that I responded to you exactly 24 hours after your request icon_surprised.gif
  • manpit209

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    Nov 28, 2009 5:29 PM GMT
    LOL! I could store it way back in t he trunk. That'll probably be fine. I'd look so bad ass having a pull out bar. Thanks for the reply.
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    Nov 28, 2009 5:40 PM GMT
    manpit209 saidI have a 24 Hour Fitness membership that allows me to go to many different gyms. As a result, I'm always moving around to various gyms near work or on the way home from work. Since I'm on the go a lot, I wanted to store a good chunk of my protein and creatine in my car so that I can make a quick shake whenever I need to rather than going home to make them. So I'm wondering, does protein powder and creatine go bad stored in mild to moderate heat? I assume it doesn't but I'm not an expert. Any input is greatly appreciated. Thanks.


    The ability to store food stuffs in a particular location would be subject to the environmental factors in your location. You'll need to let common sense guide you.