Originally Posted by BIG_DADDY
What the people who claim to have science on their side don't realize is that the misinformation is on both sides. There is an interest in promoting and selling products and there is also an interest in discrediting everything right down to quality nutrition and supplementation especially in the US. The global scientific community releases all kinds of research that is almost impossible to find here unless you really want to spend a lot of your time doing your own due-diligence. Muscular Developement magazine used to have a section they printed monthly on that type of information but I have no idea if they still do as I am down to the very basics getting older. My supps are pretty simple at this point, Ubiquinol, krill, astaxanthin, folic acid, B, D3, C, NO and occasionally ZMA when I want to really sleep longer or are having problems. I pick up testosterone levels various ways as well. I don't need much more as my diet is pretty tight as this point and I preffer getting most of the nutrition I need from a quality diet. I went with getting my probiotics like that recently.
For sure. You need to be aware of who is doing these studys. A lot of times they are done by someone or paid for by someone with a dog in the fight.