The challenge is knowing what a reasonable program is for you, as an individual. Unless you have a trainer and nutritionist, you are on your own to discover what works, what doesn’t and what is trust worthy. Whether you are a professional sports player, a fitness buff or weekend warrior, you want to make sure that the dietary supplements you choose are safe and offer the results you want. But how do you know what is good and what’s not so good?
I will discuss these issues with my guest, Tavis Piattoly. Tavis Piattoly is one of the leading sports nutrition consultants in the industry. We will discuss what you need to know about sports supplements, sorting fact from fiction, so that you can make the best choices for your performance and health when choosing a particular supplement. One of the key nutrients we discuss is omega-3. Tavis and I agree that omega-3 is one of those nutrients that everyone should take, athlete or not.
One of the biggest challenges is finding products that you can trust. In the arena of sports nutrition there are unscrupulous manufacturers. Some of the problems include inferior ingredients, products spiked with illegal performanceenhancing products and products sold with outrageous and/or illegal claims. Companies like this have no problems with cheating and possibly harming their customers in order to sell products. It is not hard to find good companies if you seek them out thoughtfully. There are many high quality companies in the marketplace.
Steve Lankford is the host of HealthQuestPodcast.com. Steve has over 40 years of experience in the natural products industry. His passion is helping others develop nutritional programs that work. At HealthQuestPodcast.com, Steve interviews the experts in the fields of science and nutrition. His in depth explorations and consumer friendly style are designed help listeners learn about the science of nutrition. His guests are some of the most respected experts in the natural products industry.
To learn more, visit HealthQuestPodcast.com.
NOTE: The statements presented in this podcast should not be considered medical advice or a way to diagnose or treat any disease or illness. Dietary supplements do not treat, cure or prevent any disease. Always seek the advice of a medical professional before adding a dietary supplement to (or removing one from) your daily regimen. WholeFoods Magazine does not endorse any specific brand or product.
Posted on WholeFoods Magazine Online, 3/7/16