A new Dutch study published in the Journal of Sports Science and Medicine earlier this year collected 66 different sports nutrition supplements. These supplements were identified as potentially “high-risk” because they targeted athletes and claimed to modulate hormone regulation, stimulate muscle mass gain, increase fat loss, and/or boost energy. The sports nutrition supplements were selected from 21 different brands and purchased from 17 e-commerce websites.
In this study, 38% of the 66 high-risk sports supplements tested (which claimed to either intensify workouts, promote muscle growth or fat loss) were found to contain doping agents.
5% of the products tested were found to contain doping agents in sufficient concentration that could have acute adverse health effects and may result in a positive doping test.
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