Promoted as the magic pill for weight loss, weight gain, or as a contributor for maximum sporting performance – while the darker side to supplements is often ignored.
There appears to be an increasing number of athletes linked to the use of the Selective Androgen Receptor Modulator (SARM) LGD-4033.
Athletes are blinded by perceived short-term gains and neglect the long-term health impacts, according to Dr David Hughes.
Athletes seeking to obtain an “edge” from the use of GW1516 need to be aware that they risk more than a positive test if they choose to take it – they may be risking their life.
There is a misconception that dietary supplements are safe to use. Here are the common supplement myths and the truths that athletes need to know.
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has published the 2019 List of Prohibited Substances and Methods (List); the
Please note the warning on the EHPlabs’ Limited Edition OxyShred Pina Colada label about the use of this product containing Higenamine. It’s a timely reminder about the varying of a manufacturer’s ingredients from product to product, flavour to flavour.
Professor Louise Burke says it’s a myth that supplements are a quick route to optimal performance.
Some products may present a risk to not only your health, but your career and reputation.
Steroids can have a serious impact on a man’s ability to have a family and the problem is “not necessarily” confined to long-term users.