Jim Stoppani received his doctorate in exercise physiology with a minor in biochemistry from the University of Connecticut. Following graduation, he served as a postdoctoral research fellow in the prestigious John B. Pierce Laboratory and Department of Cellular and Molecular Physiology at Yale University School of Medicine, where he investigated the effects of exercise and diet on gene regulation in muscle tissue.
He was awarded the Gatorade Beginning Investigator in Exercise Science Award in 2002 by the American Physiological Society for his groundbreaking research.
He has written thousands of articles on exercise, nutrition and health and is author of Encyclopedia of Muscle & Strength (Human Kinetics, 2006), and has been the personal nutrition and health consultant for numerous celebrity clients.
It's time I filled you in on yet another dirty trick that many supplement companies use to make more money.
I have already given you the sad truth behind "proprietary blends" and "concentrates". If you haven't been educated on these lies that plague the supplement industry, then you definitely want to read my article about proprietary blends.