If you’ve ever visited a GNC store or Vitamin Shoppe you know how overwhelming that can be. Picking the right supplement, knowing whether it’s good or not, and on top of that getting the pressure from sales people to get specific kinds that benefit their commissions is too much.
In today’s podcast we brought in Andy Holmes, who works for Informed Choice, a company that tests and gives the seal of approval to supplements worldwide, to explain how to trust the supplements you buy.
How to trust the supplements you buy in 2021
The Cliff Notes
The history of Informed Choice
Informed Choice Vs. Informed Sport
What is a MAQ Assessment and why is it important
Should non-athletes buy Informed Choice certified supplements
The craziest things Andy has found in supplements
Common supplements you should always look for these certifications in their labels
Andy Holmes is the United States Business Development Manager for LGC Science’s Informed-Sport and Informed-Choice nutritional supplement testing services, and he has over 16 years of experience in the Sports Nutrition Industry.
He is responsible for introducing LGC’s Informed-Sport and Informed-Choice certification program to new clients and he works closely with prospective and current clients to make sure they understand and meet LGC’s anti-doping standards along the entire manufacturing process.
Andy also works with LGC’s world class anti-doping lab for all inquiries, results findings, new threats, WADA revisions, education, and service offerings.