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- Some product trials may not include hands-on user interaction. A note will appear on a post if this is the case.
- Perception of bias in reviews might be unintentional or intentional. It is up to the consumer to consider other information available publicly to make an informed buying decision.
- Dietary supplements are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.
- Athletes participating in sports that enforce a list of "banned substances" are responsible for complying. They might include those established by government agencies as "contraband." Comply with testing to compete and get legitimate credit for participation.
- The local dietary supplement industry may be "loosely" regulated. For example, in the United States, the FDA (Food and Drug Administration) enforces regulations on supplements. The degree of scrutiny for dietary aides isn't as much as for the manufacturing of drugs. Therefore, the possibility of "unlisted ingredients" can be possible.
- Be mindful of the consumption of dietary supplements. Athletes have tested positive for banned substances. It was due to the contamination of some products they were taking. Be aware of unlisted ingredients not listed on the label through research.
- Do your research before consuming one type of supplement (ex. whey protein). Examine the manufacturer of a particular brand. Look for unbiased scientific research specific to the ingredients or product.
- Look for the highly credible seal of approvals such as Informed Choice and others like it to verify purity. Verification by third-parties does not mean a product is guaranteed to be free of unlisted ingredients.
- Consult with a registered dietitian who is a certified sports nutritionist to address health concerns about dietary supplements.
- Results from exercising, sports, nutrition, and dietary supplements vary from person to person.
- A typical result is difficult to define. Some individuals give up, and some put in hard work.
- Information on this site is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease and other conditions. Info does not substitute for the advice of a medical professional.
- See a doctor before starting an exercise or nutrition program, competing in a sport or consuming a supplement. Make sure a plan won't exacerbate any personal condition.
- Exercise can improve the health, fitness, and performance of individuals. Exercisers with "special conditions" (diabetes, asthma, etc.), also benefit. However, there are risk factors. The exerciser assumes responsibility for his or her decision to train.
- I advocate the healthy active lifestyle and coach habits only. I am a fitness professional, not a healthcare provider.
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