Seems like there is no place to turn to in order to get unbiased information on supplements. Obviously, there is always Wikipedia, but it wasn’t explaining the complex systems involved really getting into the science.
The rest of them? Had an agenda. Supplement routinely companies cherry pick data and misrepresent scientific research. Don't forget the media sensationalizing headlines about some new superfood found in the deep in some random jungle that's the miracle you've been waiting for. These Companies are simply bullshiting you into buying unnecessary supplements and other crap to make a buck. I've seen I've seen it, I've been there
That’s why Examine.com started in 2011. Fully independent from the start, they've never sold any supplements. Or done any coaching or consulting. Or any kind of advertising or sponsorship.
Their goal from day 1 has always been: read the research, make sense of it, and put it online. They're an education company that looks at the research — nothing more, nothing less.
And that’s why they can be trusted. They have an entire team, from medical doctors to researchers to professors to pharmacists. Collectively, they come to a consensus that you can trust.
That’s why they're here. They do the hard work for you.
To get unbiased information on nutrition and supplements, just head over to examine.com. They cover, things like breaking down the science behind some of the most popular studies, explain how supplement companies and the media manipulate science for their own benefits, and even talk about big nutrition topics (why detoxes are a myth; top 10 nutrition myths; and more).
We Recommend Their Research Digest so You are Always up to Date.
And Their Stack Guides for whatever your goal maybe.
Definition: "An ergogenic aid is any substance or phenomenon that enhances performance "
From the Ergo-Log Website:
"Ergo-Log is a news site about legal and illegal ergogenic aids. When they work, ergogenic aids make us stronger, faster, cleverer and younger. They often have side effects, some of which we can live with, others not.
Our aim is not to encourage you to use ergogenic aids. Nor is it our aim to discourage you if you do use them. We do not approve or disapprove. Ergogenic aids are neither ‘good’ nor ‘bad’ as far as we are concerned. We are fascinated by them, but do not judge them. We report on them. We bring you News.
We are a News site. We do not proclaim The Truth. We do not tell you what you should and should not do. If we report on the harmful effects of a protein-rich diet, we do not say that you 'therefore' shouldn't follow a protein-rich diet. If we report on a study that says the risks of anabolic steroids are minimal, we do not say that anabolic steroids are 'therefore' safe.
Ergo-Log is not about The Truth and does not have a Message. There are enough people in the world who have already found The Truth. Most of them are highly dangerous. Ergo-Log does not believe in The Truth. We believe in intelligent people who are open to learning about new insights, and who can work out for themselves what is of value and leave the rest for what it is."
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