“As an indication of the educational importance and practical relevance of Dr. Chaney’s new book, I read every word of every page. Slaying the Supplement Myths presents an amazing amount of information on food supplements, with evidence-based guidelines for separating fact from fiction. Dr. Chaney is a highly-respected researcher who has exceptional breadth of knowledge and depth of understanding as related to nutrition and health. He has the admirable ability to identify studies with confounding factors, and studies that are conducted carefully, comprehensively, and correctly, with appropriate conclusions and applications. I learned far more than I anticipated from this extremely well-researched and well-written book, even with very high expectations before I began reading. If you want to make the best supplement decisions based on the best research studies, this is the book that will enable you to do so.”
Dr. Wayne Westcott, Professor of Exercise Science at Quincy College and Fitness Research Director at the South Shore YMCA in Quincy, MA. Dr. Westcott is the author of 20 fitness books and has been honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award from the International Association on Fitness Professionals.
“This book eliminates much of the confusion that many customers have about the dietary supplement industry. It is well-written and packed with content that is informative, yet captivating. The common myths are dispelled, and Dr. Chaney concludes with practical tips for choosing the right dietary supplements.”
David A. Colby, Pharm.D., Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Medicinal Chemistry and Research Associate Professor in the Research Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences
University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy
“It’s all too easy to get confused by the media hype, trends, science and “psuedo” science that surrounds supplementation and changes every few months. Who can you trust and what should you believe? In his latest book “Slaying the Supplement Myths”, Dr Stephen Chaney breaks down the last 30 years of myths and confusion to empower the reader with everything needed to know and evaluate good nutrition and supplementation decisions for your health. What’s good? What’s bad? Will soy give you cancer? Can fruits and vegetables really be put in a capsule? Is enhanced water really good for you? What’s junk science and what’s real? How can you chart a course that’s best for the health of you and your family… and be confident the science won’t change in a few months? Dr Chaney is seasoned veteran scientist who answers all those questions and more. If you’re looking for the real deal, then grab a copy of this book, read it, and share it with your friends and family. The knowledge and advice that Dr Chaney covers in these pages is essential for everyone who wants the best for their health.”
Sean Greeley, CEO, NPE, 8 times Inc 500/5000 Global Fitness Business Coaching Company