Popular nutrition supplements that are completely ineffective

I have heard Huberman refer to Turkesterone a phytoecdysteriod which is essentially a plant and insect steroid comparable to the anabolic Deca. Huberman stated in an appearance on the Joe Rogan Experience Podcast, “It acts the same way as Deca or another testosterone derivative. It increases testosterone, performance, and recovery by an equivalent amount.” Just because a plant compound has a chemical structure similar to an anabolic doesn’t mean it will have anabolic effects when consumed. Turkesterone first came on the scene in the late 90s and early 2000s and it did not take off for the same reason why most supplements never get out of first gear, it simply didn’t work. Whenever I see anyone recommend or even worse sell Turkesterone I automatically don’t trust any information they promulgate. In addition to being ineffective, most of the turkesterone supplements on the market are underdosed. Of course, in some ways, this is immaterial, as no matter what the dosage it’s not going to be effective. My friend and legit supplement expert Jerry Brainum did a fantastic breakdown on turkesterone for his YouTube channel

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