It’s an unfortunate fact that many of the health-related products available on the market today are less interested in improving your health than they are about giving your very little in return for your hard-earned money. This is primarily due the fact that nutritional supplements and weight loss programs are not subject to oversight from the FDA, which leaves these companies open to making any claim they like without being required to back them up with evidence.
Fortunately, we here at HighYa have a great deal of experience examining the claims made by nutritional supplements manufacturers and weight loss programs, and have a keen eye for separating fact from fiction. Feel free to browse through our selection of health-related articles, and start becoming a more internet-savvy consumer today.
Be on the lookout for: Supplements that claim to be “scientifically proven,” failure to provide a list of ingredients, and high prices.
We get a lot of questions about probiotics: Who should take them? Should you take probiotics if you are sick? Are there potential side effects? We answer them all in this complete guide to understanding probiotics.
Probiotics for kids has become a popular point of discussion in the past few years, but doctors say that a diet of fruits, vegetables & fiber, along with exercise, is the best medicine for your child’s gut.
CrossFit and similar HIIT-style workouts are tremendously popular, but experts are now starting to voice their perspectives on the dangers of CrossFit and why it can lead to short- and long-term injuries.