Can you trust the articles your read in Fitness Magazines ?

Most people at some point will buy a fitness magazine, but can you trust the content of the articles? Magazines, at the end of the day are a business, and whilst we do spend money on buying them, they also get a lot of revenue from their advertisers. When a magazine gets thousands of pounds from advertisers selling creatine products for example, would they be wise to print an article that said that creatine is not a good supplement to buy? Personally I think there are a lot of magazines that mis represent the truth with their articles. As we know the supplement and sliming market is not really regulated, and many products have limited tests of their effectiveness. We rely on “expert advice” but ultimately we can only really try products and try to evaluate our own results. The best place to find quality advice is scientific journals, which have some basis of truth behind results.



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