More often than not, people want to hear things that are too good to be true, and most of the time the false information plays on the human's emotions. Nutritional quackery is one of the most successful topics in stores, books, and online. Individuals that are consumed by fitness and athletics often believe that there is a magical alternative diet or supplement to the hard work that would be put into a gym or training with a coach. Athletes who promote supplements, send a message out to their fans that supplements provide a sound diet that amplifies performance. In all reality, it’s the hard work during those long training hours, and a proper nutritious diet (whole foods) and sleep that keeps the athlete going and successful.