Don’t let the TV ads or your local supplement shop fool you!

While there are indeed lots of supplements out there that have been scientifically proven to increase fat loss, muscle growth and sport performance, there are sadly a large amount of supplements that have no or very little added benefit.

Due to lack of regulations in the supplement industry some companies will try to take advantage of you by adding useless ingredients or using tricks such as proprietary blends to maximize profits but not benefits.

Another major issue the average consumer now faces is that some supplements may contain the proven ingredients as a marketing asset but they are very under dosed and so still provide no benefits!

In this article I dive into 5 supplements that don’t have the research evidencing they work, while also teaching you how to pick the best supplements on the market.

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