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 "With little regulatory power in the hands of the FDA since the passing of The Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act in 1994, supplement manufacturers do not have to provide proof of efficacy and only a 'reasonable expectation of safety.'

Realizing there was no other comprehensive and constantly updated storehouse of organized scientific research on supplementation, set out to create Supplement-Goals Reference Guide and Research Digest.

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  • Keeping you up to date with in depth analysis on the latest studies
  • Stay up to date on the cutting edge of nutrition research with information you don’t need a PhD to understand
  • Get honest and objective insight from a team of independent physicians, dietitians, pharmacists, and research experts in the fields of health and nutrition
  • Make fitness and health decisions based on scientific facts… not hype
  • Get the straight story on the most important nutrition and supplement research from the past 90 days

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“Green tea extract may not be an equal opportunity fat loss supplement” as an example? “Green tea extract is often marketed as a weight loss or fat burning supplement. This is partially based on tradition, but also on studies that have noted an increase in energy expenditure and fat oxidation after supplementation of green tea catechins in combination with caffeine.”

But, the study concludes "Based on these study results, supplementation with green tea extract is not an effective way to promote weight loss, fat loss, or energy expenditure.” 

Supplement-Goals Reference Guide and Research Digest is a comprehensive and very relevant product that is helpful to users across a variety of professions and interests. These include primary care physicians and nurses, dietitians, professionals in physiology and exercise sciences, athletic trainers, nutrition enthusiasts, and undergraduate gym enthusiasts.

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