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Stroll the aisles of any pharmacy or “health food” store and you’ll see a multitude of herbs and other supplements that claim to boost energy. Soft drinks and so-called energy drinks include these products. Yet there is little or no scientific evidence to support the claims for most of these substances. The fact is, the only thing that’ll reliably boost your energy is caffeine or other stimulant—and their effects wear off within hours.
Here’s a look at some of the substances that are commonly touted as energy boosters.
Chromium picolinate. This trace mineral is widely marketed to build muscle, burn fat, and increase energy and athletic performance,…