Show highlights include:

  • The simple, yet ultra effective way to prevent injuries in only 5 minutes per day ([3:05])
  • Why supplements are usually safer, better researched, more effective, and more affordable than pharmaceutical drugs ([5:30])
  • The single best website to verify a supplement’s safety and effectiveness before trying it ([11:35])
  • 3 ways to boost your health so you thrive after you turn 100 ([22:58])
  • How garlic decreases hypertension, lowers cholesterol, and reduces your risk of cancer ([24:32])

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(00:52): Hey athletes, what is up? It is coach Katie danger. And this is episode number 71 of the coach, Katie danger podcast. I really appreciate you joining me just like every week. I enjoy bringing the energy and sharing with you, things that maybe you didn't know, and maybe he can help you fill certain gaps in puzzle pieces, in your fitness and nutrition journey to help you get better, faster results. This week, I'm going to be talking to you about how supplements are made. So this is like the birds and the bees of supplementation, everything from the idea how the formula comes together in a problem solution format. The research that I do, the manufacturer that I work with and then how we put it all together to then get on your shelf, get on the website, get on Reddit, nutrition.com and then into your hands and benefiting you in a very, very valuable way.

(01:39): But first I want to talk about some things that are going on. So it is July. It is the middle of the month. This is actually the greatest month of the entire year. My birthday is on July 5th. My wedding anniversary is on the sixth. My parents' wedding anniversary is on the seventh and then of course, July 4th. So I've got a couple of days here coming up where it was just going to be the best time of year. And I'm really looking forward to it. A couple of things that I wanted you to know about what's going on. I launched my hybrid coaching program, the metabolic amplification formula, and you can schedule your free call with me. I'd love to learn more about your goals. What is driving you? What challenges are you currently facing and how can we leverage six dimensions of metabolic health to help you get to where you want to go and keep those results for a lifetime.

(02:21): If you haven't already scroll back to episode, number 70 after you get done, listening and learn more about the formula and what the real aspects of metabolism are. So you can start leveraging those opportunities to get the results that you really really want and lasts for a lifetime. Number two, we've got a plank challenge going on. So last month in June, we did 100 lunches a day for 30 days. And while the results one were fantastic, everybody was recording. You know, my leg definition is increased. I'm feeling stronger. My knees don't hurt as much. So we went from, you know, some people being a little hesitant cause they weren't sure if they could complete it to being able to do a hundred lunges in a couple of minutes. And it ain't no thing. So this month in July, we started a five minute plank challenge and I know it might sound daunting, but core and midline is absolutely essential for preventing injury.

(03:09): Just strength in general, whether you're a power athlete, a cardio athlete, or just a general everyday athlete, midline, stability, midline, strength, core strength, very, very important. So I thought what a great idea that you don't have to do five minutes all at once. If you're just joining in this podcast and you have no idea about this challenge, you can get started today. There's no better time to get started on anything than today. It is five minute plank challenge. You don't have to do five minutes all at once, but the goal is to accumulate at least five minutes of planks for the day. So if it's a day, we start on day one yesterday, how I did it is I did not go five full minutes all at once. I broke it up into five sets. I did one minute on, I rested for 30 seconds.

(03:48): And then I did another round of one minute. I did it five times. And my gosh, it was actually, I don't. I mean, it's a little embarrassing to admit this, but I ensure I'm not alone. Especially if you're in on this five minutes of planks, whether you break it up or not, it's a lot harder than it sounds, but just like June's challenge. Things are difficult when we start, but then as we go and we stay consistent, it's going to be a lot easier. So I anticipate at the end of the month, five minutes of planks, isn't going to be much of a challenge, but that's the goal, right? Like we're showing that through consistent small action. Here's actually a quick lesson before we get into the meat and potatoes of the podcast, small, consistent action, little things day after day. That's where the real magic is.

(04:26): That's where the results lie. And I know that people in on this challenge who did June's and then I know going into July, if they do the work, they'll get the results. So there's your lesson today. If you're struggling to get started with anything, just take off a little bit, just take off a little bit and get started. One thing at a time, right? One minute, a plank, and then do another minute of points and then another minute, right? And you don't have to do, you don't have to have a world record and planking to get started on this challenge. So that's what we got going on this month. But here is the whole point of this podcast. I really love talking about this. I can't believe I haven't talked about it any sooner. I can't believe it's episode number 71, and I've never brought it up.

(05:03): How were supplements made? I get this question all the time. How do these things even like, how do you know what to put in a supplement who makes it for you? How do we know it's safe? And this is going to answer all those questions for you. So if that is of interest to you, stay tuned. Now I will do a disclaimer here. I can not tell you how other companies do things. I can only tell you how ready is nutrition does things. I'm going to tell you exactly what goes on in my mind, because I create all these formulas and how I create these formulas as the first topic that we're going to jump into. So there's lots of misinformation about there with supplements. A lot of people think that they're not regulated by the FDA or they're not approved, or they're just unsafe in general.

(05:40): And I've done a podcast on this before that is untrue. Supplements are regulated by the food and drug administration. They are regulated under the food component of the food and drug administration. So they are dietary supplements and they have to have nutrition, labels and nutrition facts that line up with what the food regulation state in the FDA. Now they're not a drug suitable industry is not regulate them. And that's why prices are generally affordable for supplementation. You don't have to go to a doctor to get a prescription, and there's a lot more research than you would probably expect when it comes to supplements. They've been around for a really long time. I know that in some of the research I've done, I've talked about creatine. Creatine has been around for decades, sixties and seventies. They've been using creatine and athletes. So supplementation is not a new concept, but it is still very, very misunderstood.

(06:23): And I'm hoping that this podcast can add some more information to your toolbox. You can make better decisions for yourself. It feel a little bit more confident as you navigate the supplement in the nutrition space, 1994, dietary stuff, supplement health and education act a D S H E a. That was one of the major movements in supplementation in regulating it, creating safety guidelines that manufacturers have to adhere to. There are good manufacturing process. This is, there are labeling guidelines, code of federal regulations that CFRs tape, how supplements can be made, what manufacturers have to do to adhere to safety standards. And then the labeling, like the claims. There are certain things that you can just not say and shocking to me when I see things on labels that I've attended did to put on a label and it's got denied by manufacturer because of like, ah, you know, our compliance stuff, department looked at it and it's, it just doesn't fall in compliance.

(07:19): So the thing about that is my manufacturer doesn't want to be sued and I don't want to be sued. So we make sure that we fall in line with the FDA and what guidelines and the things that we can say. So that's good news. And that all started in 1994 with that initial act. And there have been bills and legislation passed since then that have added two in four to five, those standards. So, you know, things are safe and you know, things are regulated. Now, there are many, there are companies that get by with stuff that's not safe. I mean, we've seen it before. There's things called SARMs and they're not anabolic steroids, but they're precursors to steroids. So they act when they get in your body, they act in a way that is very similar to how steroids would act. And those are not regulated by the FDA.

(07:58): They are experimental find companies that will sell them to you, but often they come at a cost to your overall health and certain feedback loops, especially, yeah. When it comes to hormones and then long-term use is generally not safe. However, let's get to how reddish nutrition, how I operate gave you the big top-down picture about how supplements are generally regulated things, to look out for things, to look for the questions, to ask of the brand that you choose. All of this stuff should be transparent. There shouldn't be any secrecy behind any of this. And I hope my information shows you that, Hey, reddish nutrition is transparent. I'm going to tell you exactly how things are made, how my manufacturer works with me, and then what the process is, how I get it in stock and then deliver for it to you. The goal, when it comes to creating a supplement, I always start with the goal in mind.

(08:47): When I started the line of radiation, Trish and I started with four products, I started with a joint tissue support supplement. I started with a sleep supplement and then there's the sexy products I've got the BCAs and the pre-workout people like powders. They like to taste things. They like to feel things. I was a little hesitant to put out a pre-workout when I started, because I didn't, I didn't want to put anything out that people might think is a quick fix, right? Magic pill. But when it came to super flexible, it's been around since the Dawn of reddish nutrition in 2016 and Zen REM. Those are things that really, really help us from a long-term longevity standpoint. They're not necessarily sexy. You know, you're not writing home to your, to your friends. You know, you're not posting all over Instagram. Like, oh my God, this, you know, the sleep supplement, it was fantastic.

(09:30): It made me feel awesome. Usually those are things that we just kind of feel after consistent use. Like you got more energy, you feel better, you move better. And when you feel good, you feel good. So I always start with a problem. What is the problem? Somebody has, as people have pain, super flexy helps eliminate joint pain and inflammation. People struggle with their sleep. And we know sleep is really vital for recovery. So we have Zen REM to help with sleep. Pre-Workout people. I want to feel stronger. They, you know, they want to have a bit more energy and push drive motivation, mental clarity, and focus when they're working out. So that's what a pre-workout is great for branch chain amino acids. How can I build more muscle? How can I recover faster? The problem, the solution is get your brand Shane amino acids and get your essential amino acids.

(10:14): That's the building blocks of protein. That is how we repair and rebuild muscle faster and stronger. So that's how I start. I always start with problem solution. What is my audience? What are everyday athletes struggling with right now? And how can we put together a formula that is safe, effective, and has some scientific evidence to back up what we're saying? So pain points, oftentimes we, humans will move all the way from pain faster than we will move towards potential gain. I don't know what the exact statistic is, but generally people are more mobile motivated to relieve pain than they are to gain something. So this is a classic example. People will generally not want to lose $100 more than they should to gain $100. So if there's a risk on the line where they could lose a hundred dollars or gain a hundred dollars, people will more likely make the choice not to lose 100 rather than risk gaining because the risk of loss is far more painful than the benefit of potential game.

(11:16): So just a little something for you from a psychological legal standpoint. So that's where I start. I always start with, what is the goal? What does my audience need to accomplish? What do they want to accomplish? What pain points are they trying to avoid and then comes the reader. So this is the longest part of the entire process is the research aspect. A couple of places I start. So I go to examine.com. If you have not been to examine.com, you gotta go there. You do not need a subscription. I do get a subscription because I get and monthly reminders of new research that comes out. I can follow along with certain raw materials, certain supplements that I like to see if new research is out, you know, new information is out. This is how I make sure that I stay on top of the dosing recommendations.

(11:59): So I'll see on people's posts, like you know, you get on Facebook for more than a couple of minutes, and you're going to see an ad. And generally it's probably for a health and wellness supplement telling you like, Hey, you can lose 20 pounds here real quick. Okay. Whatever. But you'll see a lot of comments that say it's underdosed or it's ineffective because there's not enough of ingredient X, Y, and Z. And while sometimes people are a little bit misinformed about what dosing actually is. It could just be a troll on a, you know, on the Facebook page, just trying to be a jerk, but it still peaks my interest because I want to know, okay, we got to make sure that things are dosed appropriately. And then is there any scientific evidence to back up what dosages we're trying to get? So I go to examine.com.

(12:38): And I'm going to walk you through how I formulated our new immunity plus vitamin which teaser here it will be released in about mid July. It's take a little bit longer than I anticipated. We started with working on this late February, but it's going to be here very soon. And I am so excited at another product to line. It was a missing piece in the reddish nutrition supplement line. So immunity plus it comes out about mid-July stay tuned for that. There will be certainly a pre-order opportunity to save you some dough, get it in your hands and start yeah. Using it to prevent downtime. But Hey, before I digress any further, I go to examine.com. I check things out once I know like what the problem we're trying to solve is I start very general. For example, I guess we can just start with the immunity plus, right?

(13:19): With COVID still being in the back of most people's minds. I'm not gonna get political on it because that's not what this podcast is for. But Kobe is in the back of people's minds. Like it hasn't gone away yet. So we're always thinking like, how can I say, and COVID was, I am grateful before it, for some reasons, but one of the biggest reasons is it, it got people aware, it got people aware of their health, their fitness, and what's, you know, what level that they were at and kind of made people make a choice. Like, am I willing to do some work and boost my immunity and create health and longevity for myself? Or am I just willing to keep letting life happen to me? And with the immunity vitamin a big problem is, you know, I don't want any downtime, especially when we're everyday athletes, like time is very, very valuable in the last you want is to lose downtime because you're sick.

(14:02): It sucks to be sick. Doesn't it, you're making progress. You got a great training plan. You're like three, four weeks in and you get sick. And then, you know, what is when hits the fan? It sucks. It sucks. So preventing downtime is really, really important. So I saw a gap in the reddish nutrition line, like gotta make an immunity vitamin. So he started going to examine and I start looking at raw materials, raw supplements, herbs, vitamins, minerals, that promote immunity. And what I came up with is unlike any other supplements that's out there. And how I can tell you that is true is I do competitor research. So competitor research is another component to creating a good supplement. I go to Amazon, I see what bestsellers are. I look at pricing. I look at reviews, I see what's working for people and what's not working.

(14:48): Like if you haven't done this, here's another pro tip. Go to Amazon, look at reviews for a product you're wanting to buy, whether it's a nutritional supplement or a household item or a piece of clothing, whatever, it may be go to the negative reviews first, because there is a wealth of information and what people don't want and what people don't like, because often like that's the first thing we think of is we're. So hyper-focused on what we don't want. We tend to forget what we really do want. So if you're looking for a way to do good research on like a product or, you

(15:15): Know, even developing your own stuff, let's go to what people don't like and what they're complaining about. And you will get a whole wealth of information. Hey, I know. And you know that, I talk a lot about using supplements on your fitness journey and reaching your full potential, how I believe they're integral pieces of the puzzle to reaching your best self and best fitness results. But do you know how supplements fit into your plan? Do you know what to take for your goals and how much of a supplement you should take if you ever had any of those questions and you want to know how supplements can work for you and your goals, go to your fitness supplements.com and take the free, free, free three point personalized supplement assessment. And with just a few questions, you'll have a complete personalized supplement recommendation in less than 60 seconds. You'll know more about how supplements fit into your fitness goals. What's safe and what's effective and perfect for you. So type in your fitness supplements.com in your internet browser, take the free assessment and get on the fast track to your best fitness results. Okay. So

(16:20): Competitor research, what's selling, what's not selling reviews. We talked about reviews. I also have a tendency to buy competitor products before I bring anything out. So with the immunity vitamin, what I did is I bought four competitor products online. I tested them out to two were in liquid form and two were in pill form because you know how you deliver a product, the delivery system, is it in a capsule? Is it a tablet? Is it in a liquid? Is it a powder? The delivery system has to make sense for how the supplements are absorbed into the body. So generally capsules are the way, most things are. Some things are powders like pre-workout because it hits your system faster. That's something to consider as well, too. So I go to reviews, I test out competitor products. I see what I like. I see what I don't like, how did they send it to me?

(17:07): How is it packaged? How does it look when it's packaged? You know, does it catch the person's eye? You have ever been into a GNC or another brick and mortar supplement store. It is wall to wall, to wall of supplements. And there are walls for immunity. There are walls to fat-burning. There are walls of pre-workout and like moths to a flame like flies to a zap light. We tend to go to the things that appeal to our eyeballs first, right? So that has an aspect to it. The actual aesthetic design of the labeling, what it's called, the claims that are made on the bottle and how it looks on the shelf compared to others. And then I look at anecdotal evidence. So examine is great because it has the scientific research backing behind. It tells you a lot of dosing guidelines, you know, within ranges, what works, what's the upper range of safety.

(17:54): What's like least effective dosing, but then anecdotal is really important. That's where reviews come in handy. Cause that's what, what people are actually experiencing research based conclusions are two-fold, they're both research based. So actual documentation from scientists in a lab doing, you know, controlled double blind placebo studies. And then there's also what people are actually experiencing. So what you and I, what you tell your friends, what your parents have told you, like what they're actually experiencing, because when it comes down to it, we place a lot of weight on science. But if we hear from our friends that something's working, or we see the results in our friends, we're going to want to do what they're doing. So anecdotal evidence, the visual, like the actual scene of things seen as believing in that is what we also look at too. So the factors that go into the research, I go to examine.com.

(18:45): I buy competitor products. I look at competitors products. I get them in my hands and see how they're presented. I look at the reviews, what, you know, what are people saying? What are they like? What are they don't like? And then of course, what actually physically as manifesting with the use of this product. And I do it on myself too, because there is no possible way that anybody should ever try to sell you something. If they're not willing to use it themselves, remember that don't ever take something that the person selling you is not willing to take themselves. So now we're going to get into the next step. So after everything gets formulated, I send this to the manufacturer and I work with a supplement manufacturer called [inaudible] supplements. They're out of Georgia. I have a great relationship with them. I've been using them for four years now.

(19:26): They follow very, very strict FDA guidelines, good manufacturing, practice guidelines. All of their labeling is so very strict. In fact, with the immunity vitamin, we kind of had some hiccups because there were some things on the label that I just couldn't claim. Even though I feel like it's true. Like, I can't say viral defense. So I can't say that an immunity booster will help you prevent pathogens from invading your body. I can't say things like that. So we adjusted our wording to make it more transparent. And then of course fall into FDA regulations. So I'm not, I'm not misleading people. And that's what those labeling guidelines help with. So I put the formula together. I say, Hey, I'm thinking about this. What do you guys think? And they run it by a food scientist. So they run it by a food scientist for a couple reasons.

(20:08): One to verify that the dosing is within the ranges that would be appropriate to, they make sure that everything synergistically can work together. So things don't contraindicate, each other things are safe. And when I say concert indicate, it just means like one supplement doesn't necessarily cancel out the other supplement. Okay. And then we look at the legality and the safety of it, which includes labeling standards. And then ultimately we put the process in place. I pay a down payment. I order the number of bottles that we want. And I sit and I wait. I wait very, very patiently. It generally takes from eight to 12 weeks from the moment that I signed the sales order to the time it is received in our warehouse is generally eight to 12 weeks, which is entirely too long for me. Cause I'm a very impatient person and I want it now cause I act fast, but that's generally how long it takes.

(20:54): So if you get on the reddish nutrition website, we are out of stock of some items right now. And this is true at this moment. And I hope a year from now when we chat, this is not true anymore. But the trickle down effect from COVID when manufacturers closed their doors for a couple of months during COVID, I'm feeling it. Now lots of other brands are feeling it now. So we have raw material shortages. We have raw material, not getting in on time. They're not able to be sourced because things were shut down. So we're feeling that trickle effect right now. So we're kind of seeing up to 16 weeks, four months of waiting, but it is what it is. We do the best that we can. I do the best that I can. I will assure you that I try to order things well in advance.

(21:34): So we do inventory projections and make sure that we can have them and stuff. Because if you love something, you know, that being consistent with it is really important. That's it? In a nutshell, we talked about like, what's the goal, what's the goal behind? And it's like, what is the problem? What's the solution. And I do research on those problems. What supplements have helped? What research is there? What are competitors putting out there? What are customers saying about competitor products? How does a competitor's product actually work for me? Because I've tried them and I've used them. And then of course I try to one up them because there are usually better ways to go about things. There's usually more efficient ways, more effective ways. And there are lots of different ingredients that can accomplish the same result. It's just finding the best combination. And I will tell you that every time I order a new batch, every time I placed a reader like super flexy, super flexy has changed four times since we brought it out in the past five years.

(22:26): And the reason for that is, is because when I place a reorder, before I do that, I go online. I go to examine first. I see, is there anything new in the space, any new information that would potentially change the dosing? The ingredients are in it. Is there new information that says certain ingredients are ineffective now? So I make sure I do my due diligence and I'm always keeping things up to date. I will change a formula if it needs to be, I will keep a formula the same if it needs to be. And I will I to give you an example of all this, so all of this is good, but I want to actually put it in theory and tell you, because just very recently, I put together the immunity plus vitamin, I told you, it comes out here in a few weeks, but immunity plus it is a max vitality provitamin.

(23:06): So it is a vitamin. But what it does is it's the goal is to prevent sickness. I told you that over COVID the immunity preventing colds was very, very on the top of everybody's mind. So the goals, the goals with immunity, plus it started like this prevents sickness. We don't want any training downtime. We want to decrease our inflammation. There's lots of ways to decrease inflammation. And a lot of people think inflammation is just inflammation in the joints and tissues, but inflammation can be everywhere. Our bodies generally retain water, one more inflamed so we can feel bloated and our guts can be inflamed as well. And also anti-aging preventing cellular breakdown. Four define our cellular health and metabolism is something that we all want, right? We all want to live a long age and we want to live a long age maximally. We don't want to, you know, if you live to be a hundred years old, that's great, but wouldn't it be great to be a hundred years old and you know, you're still going to get your own groceries.

(23:57): You're still driving. You know, you're still able to do your activities of daily living. I'll be okay when we're hundred, we're probably going to be a little bit slower than we are right now. But I always say this and I hope it's not too blunt for you, but I always want to be able to wipe my own butt. Okay. Like that's that is like goal number one. I don't want anybody else to ever have to do that for me. So I always think of anti-aging that way. Like how can I make sure I can always take care of my physical body by myself. I'm going to get into the immunity here real quick and, and some other components to it. I'm going to get the exact formula that I used. And I used amazon.com. I use the research. I went to Amazon. This is what I came up with.

(24:32): So I started with garlic. We've got 500 milligrams of garlic in here, and I found that to be in the mid range of the maximal and least effective dose. And what garlic does, it's a cardiovascular booster. So it decreases hypertension. It's anti-aging it can help lower cholesterol. And it's anti-cancer then we move on to [inaudible] there's three, a hundred milligrams of [inaudible] in the immunity. Plus vitamin [inaudible] is great for the prevention of the common cold and it's anti-inflammatory black elderberry. I'm sure we've heard of elderberry before. And in fact, elderberry when COVID hit our manufacturers, just like it blew up because now that everybody is hyper-focused on immunity, it's like social cultural thing. Now, elderberry, syrups, extracts, and pills. Everybody was out there songs. So the great thing about this is I was able to get a lot of good research and a lot of good reviews and things like that.

(25:24): It helped me make a decision on an elderberry, the concentration in the immunity plus it's 300 milligrams and it helps it helps tame inflammation. So it's anti-inflammatory and it helps prevent an ease, the common cold. So if you do happen to get sick, taking elderberry can help reduce the time that you're down and help relieve and decrease some of the intensity of the symptoms of the common cold, like the chills, you know, not having an appetite, aches and pains, all those things with the common cold cough. It's very, very good for cough, easing cough, you know, like expectorants help get that phlegm out of there. Elderberry helps calm down the cough because of the anti-inflammatory. So it goes to your lungs and then glutamine glutamine is something you've seen probably in sports performance supplements. And I wanted to put it in immunity plus vitamin you'll see a lot of good research with burn victims and glutamine and how it helps repair and regenerate cells quicker.

(26:16): So you have like that actual recovery. If you got to burns, you've got injuries, cuts, bruises, but glutamine is also an essential amino acids. So we do need glutamine in generally is in a diet that is rich in red meat. It's immune system health as well. And it prevents muscle breakdown. So if you're an athlete and you want to build more muscle, so there's muscle animalism and there's cannibalism and cannibalism was when it breaks down and we want to prevent the breakdown of muscle tissue. So glutamine is so vital for the prevention of muscle breakdown and then broccoli seed extract. So the actual anti-cancer compound that is in broccoli seed extract is I hope I get this right. It is sulforaphane sulforaphane. That is the actual compound, much like curcumin or curcuminoids are the compound in tumeric that prevent anti-inflammation or that are anti-inflammatory the broccoli seed extract.

(27:09): Sulforaphane is the actual compound in broccoli seed. That's an antioxidant it's anti-inflammatory. And like I mentioned, it's similar to tumeric in that it has great anti-inflammatory properties. It's also anti-cancer I don't say any of these things lightly. I don't take the concentrations of these ingredients lightly either. I always want to put together the best formula in the best dosages, because I don't want to underdose anything. I don't want to sell you anything that's underdosed or, you know, you end up reading, then you look like, why did Katie do that? Like, doesn't she, you know, didn't she do any research? I feel very, very comfortable if you went through and you did all your due diligence and you research garlic bulb, economic area, black elderberry, glutamine, and broccoli seed, and you see the concentrations that they're in, you would see that I've done my research and at these fallen lines with adequate doses, based on the current research, based on what people are saying and based on competitor products so that you guys in the smallest 27, 28 minute nutshell, I can provide you.

(28:07): That is how supplements are made. It is a time-consuming process. You know, I mentioned that from sales contract signing to getting this actually in your hands could be up to 16 weeks, generally eight to 12. If we're lucky, it's a time consuming process, but I love to do it. I love to find out, you know, what are my athletes struggling with? What challenges are they facing and how can I make it easier? So I hope that this information helps one give you confidence in the radiation attrition brand first and foremost, because I would never ever sell you anything purposefully. Underdose not research and something. I wouldn't take myself or have my mother or mother-in-law take because those people I care about and I care about you and I, the reddish nutrition label, it's my name. It is who I am. And I never want to be embarrassed by anything that's on that label.

(28:51): So then using a manufacturer that follows FDA guidelines for safety and for efficacy is also very, very important because when that gets in your hands, I want it to work for you. I want you to feel good. I want you to look good. And I want you to accomplish all the goals that you have set out for yourself. Take this information, make sure that you use it, feel confident in the choices you make. And you can always go to reddish nutrition.com and browse the entire line. And if you haven't already, you can use two coupon codes to save you some cash. Coach, Katie danger, all one word will save you 30% on your first order or podcast. 20 will get you 20% off your order all the time, all the time. Or you can do the best deal there is. And you can create your own bundle.

(29:30): You can get three for 99 bucks, best deal hands down. Won't find anything like it out there. So make sure you shop@reddishnutrition.com. I hope that this podcast and information gives you the confidence that I am doing the best I can with all the information that's out there to make sure that when you get this product in your hands, it's going to accomplish exactly what you want it to do. And you can reach your goals a little bit faster. They're puzzle pieces. Now they can be small puzzle pieces or big puzzle pieces, but they will help you bridge nutritional gaps, performance gaps, whatever other problem you're looking to solve. There's probably a supplement to help you get from point a to point B. So do not discount. Do not discount how supplementation can help you. I promise you there's something out there that can be added to your, to your plan, to help you get better results.

(30:13): If the question you still have on your mind is yeah, but what do I need right now? If you're new to supplements and you're like, I don't really know what to use. Go to your fitness supplements.com. It's a 32nd survey. It'll ask you a couple of questions and then you'll get three supplements that you can use right now to help leverage you with the results that you want to get. So go to your fitness, supplements.com, all one word, your fitness supplements.com. Take that quick survey and you can find out what's appropriate for you right now in your needs. But in the meantime athletes, I am always here to help you send me an email. If you have any questions, katie@coachkatiedanger.com, make sure you join my nutrition and coaching group on Facebook. That link will be in the show notes so you can always join at any time.

(30:58): It is a free group full of information. We've got about 5,000 people in on it right now. You guys, it's always a pleasure to talk to you. This is episode number 71, whatever you do believe in yourself, believe in the process, trust the journey and whatever you do don't ever, ever quit. Whatever you want in life, it's worth it. But you do got to take action. You got to make those priorities and reality by taking action. So don't ever quit on yourself, believe in what you want and go after and get it because you are in complete control. You guys, athletes. Thank you for joining me. This is coach Katie danger, and I will talk to you again next week, but for now over and out!