Welcome to Consumer’s Health Report!We are a group of professionals who created a blog with the idea in mind of educating ourselves and the public as to which health supplements are the best on the market. As public health and nutrition experts, we at CHR.com prefer to get our hands dirty and research what we pay for. Our explorative efforts might as well be productive, which is why we created this open blog for all to see.
At CHR.com we test hundreds of products in an attempt to find the absolute best in nutrition supplements. We DO NOT review products which are based in pseudo-science and falsehoods, which rules out more supplements than you would think!
Most evidence points to the conclusion that these products are not only ineffective, but in many cases DANGEROUS as well! We pride ourselves on doing solid research through systematic SCIENTIFIC ANALYSIS.
Our process of judging a supplement is divided into three stages:
ResearchWe delve into the science of a particular supplement and find out which qualities to look for and WHICH TO AVOID.
ScreeningWe compile a list of the most popular brands and send them to our lab for a chemicalanalysis of theexact contents of each supplement.
RankingWe devise a ranking system and find the five safest and most effective supplements. A description of our ranking system is found at the top of all Top Five review pages.
Do you feel a little lost sometimes when you hear confusing and conflicting messages from all the latest diet trends? We can all agree that food is
Imagine you’re in the grocery store, and a package of something catches your eye. Maybe it’s a new brand of a product you use regularly or a delicious-looking new product from a brand you like. Maybe it’s an ingredient for
Prebiotics are non-digestible fibers, carbohydrates, and certain types of sugar that act as food for probiotic microorganisms that pass through the digestive system. By eating prebiotics or taking a prebiotic supplement, you can improve the balance of microflora in your
Medically reviewed by: Chris Duncombe, M.D. What are probiotics? The World Health Organization(WHO) defines probiotics as “live microorganisms which when administered in adequate amounts confer a health benefit on the host”. Probiotics provide these health benefits in several ways: Probiotics
Bifidobacterium Breve Bifidobacterium Lactis Complex Lactobacillus Acidophilus Lactobacillus Plantarum Saccharomyces Boulardii