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We simplify nutrition — through meticulous analysis of the latest scientific research — to help you answer your questions on how to be healthier.
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We released our new CBD research page today! It analyzes 112 peer-reviewed studies, making it the most comprehensive CBD page on the Internet. If you find it informative, please share it with your friends who use CBD or cannabis!
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Examine.com Apr 16
When you google coconut oil, you'll find a bunch of articles on coconut oil benefits, and bunch on coconut oil dangers. So is it good or bad? As with most things, it's a bit of both:
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Examine.com Apr 15
We're admittedly biased but we agree on the sentiment!
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Examine.com Apr 15
In general you can, as long as you have a solid base. 80/20.
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Examine.com Apr 15
Did you know that certain nutrients could help you fight stress, anxiety, fatigue, and depression, and could generally brighten your mood? Let’s review the evidence:
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Examine.com Apr 10
Targeted supplementation can work, but indeed most consumption is unneeded. You can thank the DHSEA too...
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Examine.com Apr 10
A new study looked at 44 men who developed liver injury, attributed to bodybuilding supplements, many of which contained anabolic steroids.
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Examine.com Apr 9
Study confirms what I feel? Amazing. Study doesn't confirm what I feel? Let me break down every single possible issue. Note who paid for this $8 million Stanford study.
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Examine.com Apr 4
A laissez-faire attitude toward supplementation can be especially harmful during chemotherapy. This new story on probiotic harm is one example, and another one is a study from 2015, in which fish oil reduced the efficacy of chemo.
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Examine.com Apr 4
Replying to @tomruzyllo @alexhern
We actually have a super in-depth guide to whey protein coming out soon. Relevant on protein intake fyi:
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Examine.com Apr 3
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Examine.com Apr 2
Caffeine consumption: how much is safe? We looked into it for you:
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Examine.com Apr 1
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Examine.com Apr 1
Studies disagree, researchers bicker, and what was true yesterday is debunked today. Let’s face it: science is unreliable. Fortunately, there is an alternative to science, and you can discover it today by clicking on this link:
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Examine.com Mar 30
Replying to @joshwclement
Thanks for sharing Josh!
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Examine.com Mar 27
Should you take a multivitamin? We looked at the research:
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Examine.com Mar 22
Replying to @MikeLierman
Always open to feedback.
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Examine.com Mar 22
Bumping up your veggies is a common part of dieting ... why this tactic works: "The stomach has stretch receptors that sense when it's getting filed, and they signal the brain that time has come to stop eating."
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Examine.com Mar 21
Replying to @GryptoTheDog
You are correct. With that said, it's not a large enough concern. Whey protein is non-toxic but can sometimes contain too much lead. It's OK to call whey protein non-toxic even though it *can* contain too much lead. People should buy from high quality, reputable producers.
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Examine.com Mar 20
Our co-founder's weight loss was a big part of the genesis for !
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