Workout supplements, like many other products, are produced in factories. They use energy at nearly every step of their lifecycle – when it is first made, then packaged, then shipped to the store. Workout supplements aren’t all that common compared to similar products (i.e. makeup for women, or other processed foods and medicines) so overall, their environmental impact is lower simply by virtue of lower production rates.
As an individual who has experimented with many different supplements. What I have learned is that the amount of chemicals that are put into the supplements are on the high side and the effects on the human body are seen physically. It would only make sense that once these chemicals are passed through into a water source that it could cause environmental problems.
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