I get questions about supplements all the time from people that want to know what works. People like you that see tons of ads promising the moon. You probably see these ads and dismiss them usually, for they sound too good to be true, and you’re wise enough to know that they usually are. But here is the thing, some supplements do work for specific purposes. Not many, but some. How is someone to know which needles in the haystack are worth taking?
I don’t sell supplements. I purvey information and science based advice. If you’re about to waste money and time on something that’s ineffective, I’d like to help you to avoid that! And if you could be taking something to help you out a bit, that’s good info to know.
Since learning about examine.com my response to almost all supplement questions is to refer the person asking to look up their supplement there. Examine doesn’t sell supplements, they only do research on what works and what doesn’t. They are unbiased and honest. They’re really good at what they do, too. Want to know if that weight loss supplement actually works? Examine knows. Spoiler: Most don’t do anything.
People have spent hours on that site looking stuff up, it’s all free. Some asked for a guide though, they didn’t want to spend the time themselves. So Examine made guides for sixteen different goals.
You can know exactly what to take for maximum results that are the best that you can do with supplements. Anything that isn’t in the guide was omitted because it isn’t worth taking.
Read all about it here.
My husband Roland got excited about the Memory and Focus Stack. For most of my clients they like the Fat Loss Stack.
Check it out to see if you have an interest in any of the stacks, just click the link and scroll down a bit to see the list. By all means though, if you don’t want to buy the guide, you don’t have to, you can do all the research yourself right on their site for free, but if you don’t have a whole lot of time for reading research, then getting the guide makes sense.
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