Dietary Supplements for Sports Performance

The scientific evidence behind sports supplements like BCAAs and creatine isn’t as strong as the promises they make.


Sports supplements come in many shapes and sizes, from tablets and capsules to liquids, powders, and bars. While they promise a lot, the challenging nature of sports supplement research makes it difficult to truly determine the efficacy and safety of these supplements. As an example, let’s take a close look at two popular supplements:

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