Suppplements containg N-acetylcysteine as an antioxidant supposedly aid muscle recovery. Now it looks like they actually do the exact opposite.
“Pure” caffeine pills sold on the internet as weight loss helpers were found to come with another ingredient. One much more potent and, unfortunately, likely much more fatal.
Many supplement labels have little to do with what’s in the bottle. Often times you might as well be guessing what you are actually getting.
We have seen enough of lax dietary supplement regulation. If companies aren’t willing to behave responsibly on their own, stricter rules have to be enforced.
Do you think you know your way around workout supplements? Take this little quiz and find out if you really know your BCAAs from your energy gel packs.
The use of supplements sometimes is to being fit and active as nuclear warfare is to land development. But being fit means respecting your body.
New research shows that vitamin D may help sustain muscle mass, but we also once more need to talk about vitamin D supplementation in general.
With winter and short days with little sunlight upon us, the supplement industry is busy telling us we need to supplement vitamin D or run the risk of dire consequences. But what does vitamin D do and how much of it do you really need?
All hail Nicole Kidman, who spreads the fine news of better leading a healthier lifestyle out of the goodness of her heart!