There are plenty of people who will give you their opinion on a supplement. You can always search Google or Bing. But there is a better place to go to see actual science about supplements. It’s free, and easy to use as well.
www.WebMD.com can be helpful, but I find it is more for common uses for supplements, like allergies, over-all health, ect…
The Jerry Brainum Applied Metabolics Newsletter is a great resource, but you can’t search for every supplement, only what he writes about. Still, check it out as I find it very useful.
Jerry Brainum YouTube
The site to go to – to do your own research on pretty much every supplement, that is geared towards those who workout, and that links to every study, and provides an easy to understand breakdown of effectiveness, is Examine.com
This is one of the best websites to do your research on. You can find everything from fish oil, to BCAAs, to vitamins, to testosterone boosters, weight loss supplements, general nutrition, and so much more. Before you lay out your hard-earned cash, do a little research to see if that “must-have” supplement has any real science supporting it. Don’t buy into the hype, trust the science!