Ergogenic AidsAIS Sports Supplement Program 2011
ASC. Australian Institute of Sport.
Reviews current research on supplements and categorizes products according to safety and efficacy.
Gatorade Sports Science Institute
Gatorade Sports Science Institute.
Provides current information on sports nutrition and exercise science. Also includes articles on sport/athletic supplements:
Creatine, Carbs & Fluids: How Important in Soccer Nutrition? Carbohydrate Supplementation During Exercise: How Much is Too Much? Caffeine and Exercise Performance Herbs and Athletes Scientifically Debatable: Is Creatine Worth Its Weight? Carbohydrates and Branched Chain Amino Acids and Endurance: The Central Fatigue Hypothesis
Anabolic Steroid Abuse
DHHS. NIH. National Institute on Drug Abuse.
Provides information on resources, research, publications, news releases and general information for parents and teens as well as researchers an healthcare workers.
Conference on the Science and Policy of Performance-Enhancing Products
DHHS. NIH. Office of Dietary Supplements.
Links to powerpoint presentations from the conference.
Ergogenic Aids: Counseling the Athlete
American Academy of Family Physicians.
Provides guidance on evaluating various supplements. Also in PDF|99 KB.
Caffeine and Health: Clarifying the Controversies (PDF | 314 KB)
International Food Information Council.
Provides background information on caffeine, examines its safety and summarizes key research conducted on caffeine and health.
Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition
The International Society of Sports Nutrition.
A peer-reviewed journal that covers various aspects of sports nutrition, supplementation, exercise metabolism, and/or scientific policies related to sports nutrition.