Research – How to Evaluate a Nutritional Supplement

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Read THIS article to learn “How To Evaluate A Nutritional Supplement”!

There are a lot of deceptive, dishonest and fraud supplement companies out there that are scams!!

Even some ” good ” companies… are selling you worthless “gimmicks”…

Yep, there are some companies that you have to watch out for that may not want to rip you off, but they are simply just a ma and pa kind of group trying to make and sell supplements out of their garage, having no idea that their supplements are actually useless, or potentially harmful.

I could not believe what I read the other day on a company’s sales site for their processed fruit and vegetable supplement. I laughed when I found one site that actually said the following directly on their site:

“We really don’t feel that any research is needed. Our product only contains fruit extracts, vegetable extracts, and enzymes… the health benefits of which are all widely recognized and accepted.”

Run the other direction from companies like that! And run fast! They obviously know nothing about what they are doing. There is more of a science to nutritional supplementation than just tossing different ingredient together like a salad.

Tips on how to evaluate a nutritional supplement:

* Good Manufacturing Genf20 Plus results Procedures (GMPs) – Do they follow any company GMPs? GMPs refers to the “control and management of manufacturing and quality control testing”. Many nutritional supplement companies are trying to cut on costs and do not implement GMPs.

* Testimonials – I usually don’t really trust written testimonials on a site. Anybody can write these up. Call the company and see if the person answering the phone actually uses that same supplement them self. What is their testimonial and experience with the supplement?

* Research – Does the company have any scientific research and testing done in the lab and more importantly, in live human beings? Is there ongoing research and development going on for the supplements? Do they have doctors studying and using the supplement?

* Accurate and Appropriate Claims. Look at the label. If statements are unclear or the label makes preposterous claims, the company most likely does not follow good quality control procedures.