The supplement industry is a massive machine that makes a ton of money with products that are constantly promising fat loss, muscle gain, more energy, boosted strength and endurance, etc. Often times consumers don’t even think twice after reading the label. The issue is that the claims made on supplement bottles are NOT regulated by the FDA, and can be blatantly false.
Supplement bottles can literally say whatever they want, and there is a whole lot of pseudoscience going on with their claims. Some of them may even be HARMFUL to consume. Quit waisting your money on supplements that do absolutely nothing for you, and put your focus on those that have actual scientific evidence backing up their claims. In regards to muscle growth, let’s look at what supplements have real scientific evidence, which ones have inconclusive evidence, and which have absolutely zero scientific support for their alleged benefits.