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October 31, 2019 23 min

Episode Summary:

With thousands of supplements to choose from, Dr. Dan explains what to look for in order to find science-based products that can support human health.

Principles For Picking Out a Science-Based Supplement:

  • Avoid Pixie-dusting/Witches Brew Formulations 
  • Steer Clear of Proprietary Blends that don’t give ingredient amounts
  • Choose ingredients that are standardized to bioactive compounds
  • Look for technology in formulations that make the ingredients more bioavailable
  • Buy supplements where clinical studies have been run on the finished product and not just an individual ingredient in the product
  • Choose supplements that have certifications behind it (e.g. NSF Sport, Informed Choice, Certified Organic, etc.)
  • Look for supplements where there is transparency on how the formulation is produced and where the ingredients are from
  • Avoid supplements with panacea-like claims

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