Written by Michael Hull and verified by the Examine.com Research Team. Last updated on Oct 4, 2018. Why is this a concern? Considering creatine’s popularity as a sports supplement, it isn’t surprising that concerns have been raised about potential adverse effects — especially on the kidneys. Why the kidneys? To…Read More
Is creatine safe for your kidneys?
TAYLOR PULVER APRIL 20, 2018 You’ve probably taken a trip down aisles of your favorite supermarket and seen the horde of nutritional supplements fighting tooth and nail for your attention. Some come in fun shapes and some are tasty and gummy (and probably spiked with sugar)….Read More
From askthescientists.com Riboflavin (vitamin B2) gets its name from its content of ribitol, a sugar alcohol that occurs in plants, and its yellow color – “flavin” in Latin means “yellow.” Vitamin B2 is extremely sensitive to light, so foods supplying it should be stored in…Read More
Health Basics Formulated with USANA InCelligence™ technology to unlock cell-communication codes with proprietary nutrient blends that activate your cells’ natural ability to protect and renew themselves Blends the hydrochloride form of glucosamine with the potassium and magnesium sulfate included in the scientific formula of Procosa…Read More
A combination of prolonged exercise and fish oil can dramatically reduce levels of a fat that can cause hardening of the arteries, a leading cause of heart disease. Fat in the bloodstream is a primary contributor to atherosclerosis, or partial blockage of the arteries. A…Read More
TABLETS, CAPSULES, INJECTIONS, AND MORE – WHAT IS THE BEST SUPPLEMENT FORM? Determining the best supplement delivery system is difficult, because of the huge variety of options available. Common pill forms, popularized by the pharmaceutical industry, include tablets, hard capsules, and soft capsules. Other vitamin, mineral, and…Read More
“Fillers”. “Binders.” The “other ingredients” in tablets. They are called excipients, and for some reason many people fear them without even knowing what they are, or why they are used. Excipients are inactive, non-medicinal ingredients that are used in tablets to impart desirable characteristics important…Read More