The Internet is full of places where you can find information, but that doesn’t mean that it’s all 100% correct. In fact, there are many misleading websites out there that can really do a great job at providing you with less than credible information, and if you aren’t careful, you could fall victim of spending money in an unwise manner.
Today I’m going to share with you a website I personally visit when I want to look into supplements. As a health focused website, we always strive to share the latest and greatest information about fat burners, weight loss supplements, and protein powders. So today I’ll share with you a major step of the process as to where we initially gather some information.
Where To Find Supplement Reviews Online
The first place I peruse is the Supplement Investigator. Run by a man named William, I’ve found that his reviews are very credible, factual, and informative. With so many people using ridiculously hard to understand verbiage in their write-ups (like Web MD sometimes), I find this blog a very refreshing place to come across reviews and information that is dumbed down into terms I can completely comprehend.
He delves into several sub-topics of supplements, suiting many different people’s needs, which I broke down below.
- Weight Loss
- Men’s Health
- Women’s Health
- Anti Aging
- General Health
In those sub-topics, you’ll find many entries that are aimed to inform and educate. For example, one testosterone boosting supplement I’ve always been hearing about, called Tribulus, is featured in the men’s health section. I’ve always heard mixed opinions about the strength of this product, but for many reasons never really fully checked into it as an option for me and gaining testosterone. However, after seeing William’s informational article about it, I now fully understand what it does, and how I could expect to perform physically if I were to start taking that particular supplement.
With that website being my go-to, I also cross check a lot of the information on specific products on Amazon.com. So for example, before I looked into taking Muscle Egg’s supplement, which I speak about on this page, I went there and read what consumers who were actually taking the product had to say about it. You can easily do this by just looking through reviews that clearly state “Verified.”
As the world’s largest marketplace, making up about 50% of the e-commerce that happens online today, you can’t deny that there is a lot of commerce happening on a daily basis, and much of it has to be going on in the health and beauty sections.
That’s my personal attack on how I view supplements and check them out before investing my hard earned money into them. What’s your game plan when you check out buying supplements of any sort online? I’m curious to know, so leave a comment below and I’d love to hear about it.
What do you think?