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One of the most common criticisms we have had to endure is the "biased" nature of our research simply because we link to Amazon. Not a single accusation has been backed with concrete proof of any cherry-picking on our part.
Still, the appearance of bias is not something we want to be associated with, and so we've clarified that these links are auto-generated (eg look at our Creatine page), and have also expanded our About page to include how we continue to do what we do.
At the same time, if you see anything incorrect, please tell us! There are three simple ways:
Each supplement page has a "Discussion" link on the right. Click on it and let us know where we are wrong (here is a good example on a mistake we did make)
Submit Studies to us.
We take our unbiased claim very very seriously. For example, it's why we say Tribulus terrestris is quite useless as a T-booster, even though it is pretty much the most popular one.
Any comments or concerns, please comment on our Facebook post.
Published By Kamal Patel on 2012-12-06 11:39:06