Your Complete 2017 Supplement Guide

Complete with ratings, dosages, and timing, our updated list of 2017's top 85 supplements is the one list you'll need this year. Choose the best supplements to help you reach your health and fitness goals this year.

Your Complete 2017 Supplement Guide

Choosing the right supplement is hard enough for most people, let alone figuring out how much to take and when to take it. Lucky for you, we’ve compiled all of this information in our latest easy-to-use supplement guide. We’ve even added 15 new ingredients to last year’s guide, giving you a must-have list of the top 85 supplements for 2017.

The supplements are divided by function, and can be sorted by either name or rating (Good, Great, Excellent). The intended function includes science-based claims and claims found on product labels. The rating scale, based on available scientific evidence and anecdotal claims, is a quick and easy way for you to evaluate each supplement. The list also includes recommended dosages and optimal timing for each ingredient.

Before you make any changes to your current diet and supplement plan, make sure to consult with your physician. If you have any underlying health conditions, or are pregnant, please consult with your physician before taking any supplements. These ingredients are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The information listed in this guide is intended for use in adults only.


Excellent: This supplement's intended function is well-supported by a significant amount of scientific evidence. It can benefit most individuals, and is safe for use.

Great: This supplement has somewhat inconclusive findings, meaning some studies report positive changes following its use, while others report no change. The anecdotal evidence is favorable, and although more research is needed, it is still considered safe for use.

Good: There is currently minimal research available to support this ingredient's claims in a healthy population; however, it may be beneficial for individuals who are deficient in the ingredient. Anecdotal evidence is weak, but it is still considered safe for general use.

Compiled by Krissy Kendall, PhD, CISSN and Ciaran Fairman, MS, CISSN

Muscle Building, Strength, Recovery

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Weight Loss, Energy, Endurance

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Joint, Gut, and Heart Health, Immunity

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Mental Function, Mood, Sleep

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Vitamins, Minerals, Antioxidants, Hair and Skin Support

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