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Goodbye supplement confusion 

 •  • by Paul Ingraham
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Interesting, impressive new work announced today by a well-crafted new presentation of a huge database of scientific evidence that “clearly tells you what a supplement does (and doesn’t do). Goodbye supplement confusion.” This rabbit hole goes deep, so browse. Look at their “Human Effect Matrix” tables for key topics in particular, which beautifully summarize the science (go right to an example, for creatine). What’s remarkable here is the quality of the presentation. These are not just tables of data! They are quite artful, crafted to emphasize what matters. I would love to have evidence presented like this on, and I do have some of the foundations for it — but I’m a few design and technology leaps away from being able to deliver something like that.

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