Learn How To Supplement The Intelligent Way



The supplement industry is over a $112 billion dollar industry - and it is not tightly regulated...at all.

In fact, the New York State attorney general's office has reported that GNC, Target, Walgreens, and Walmart were accused of selling “fraudulent and potentially dangerous” supplements.

Here's just a few takeaways from that report:

“GNC supplements contained ingredients that were not listed on their labels. Some of which were very dangerous allergens for certain people, such as peanuts and soybean.”

“Three out of six herbal products at Target - ginkgo biloba, St. John’s wort and valerian root, a sleep aid - tested negative for the herbs on their labels. But they did contain powdered rice, beans, peas and wild carrots.”

“A popular store brand of ginseng pills at Walgreens, promoted for ‘physical endurance and vitality,’ contained only powdered garlic and rice.”

“At Walmart, the authorities found that its ginkgo biloba, a Chinese plant promoted as a memory enhancer, contained little more than powdered radish, houseplants and wheat - despite a claim on the label that the product was wheat- and gluten-free.”

Luckily, there is a very easy and cost-effective way to ensure the supplements you are buying are pure and effective. The answer lies within this guide...


Why You Can’t Trust Random Supplements, What To Do About It, And How To Personalize Them To Your Individual Needs

Who is Craig McCloskey?

Master Certified Health Coach

Craig is a graduate of The Pennsylvania State University, where he received a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Nutritional Sciences & Dietetics as well as a minor in the study of Kinesiology. While attending Penn State he was a dual-sport collegiate athlete, playing baseball and swimming, and spent his summers off as an ocean lifeguard on the Eastern Shore.

Additionally, Craig attended the Institute of Transformational Nutrition where he received credentials as a Master Certified Health Coach, specializing in weight loss, autoimmune diseases, digestive health, cancer, diabetes, and more. The institute provides professionals with the scientific study of human health through a lens of holistic wellness including biological, psychological, and spiritual areas of life.

Currently, Craig is the Resident Nutritionist at The Model Health Show, featured as the #1 fitness and nutrition podcast on Apple Podcasts. He resides in Wilmington, North Carolina with his girlfriend, Bethany, and his dog, Koda, where he enjoys cooking, reading, and spending time surfing gnarly waves.


Here's What You'll Learn

Smarter Supplementation was written for the health-enthusiast in mind. If you take any type of supplement at all, whether it's protein powder, fish oil, vitamin D, magnesium, or the rest, this guide is for you.

  • The straight facts about the supplement industry - the supplement industry is not very well regulated and with an estimated $112 billion dollar per year industry, clearly a lot of people need this information.
  • FREE access to my online physician-grade supplement dispensary - where you buy your supplements matters. By purchasing your supplements from an online dispensary you cannot only rest assured you're getting pure supplements, but since you're a part of my community you'll also get them at ridiculously discounted rates. You'll also have the option to have me design you your own personalized supplement protocol.
  • 11 of my top recommended whole food-based supplements - while supplementation should be highly customized, I've realized by working with many individuals that most people can benefit from taking these 11 whole foods on a consistent basis.
  • My top recommended brands - not all companies do things the right way. I've done the hard work by weeding out the shams and really quizzing the companies I put my trust in to ensure you are getting the highest quality product possible.
  • Best time of the day to take each recommended supplement - not only is the quality of each supplement important, but timing your food and supplements is just as important. I have the entire breakdown for you on the inside.
  • The best form to take - have you ever looked on the back on a supplement label and wondered what some of the names mean? I break down easily why certain supplements don't work and why others are more absorbed by the body. This is something everybody should know!
  • Amount of each supplement to take - while this is highly individualized, I will be able to design you a personalized protocol with the exact amounts that your unique body needs at this time in your life.
  • A 20+ page BONUS SECTION - I walk you through every major vitamin and mineral. Inside this section I talk about each nutrient in depth: what form is most bioavailable, which foods contain each nutrient, what to look for on the back of a label (you will become very confident when buying any supplement), what signs and symptoms to look for in case of nutrient deficiencies, and a complete discussion about how which nutrients can inhibit or help the absorption of other nutrients.


Listen to Lindsay Young, CTNC, CSCS, Creator of Lindsay Lives Well

"You break it down in a way where the information is digestible but you also provide links so that if the reader wants more information they can get to that easily."


Become an expert on every major vitamin & mineral - with ease!

The 20+ page bonus section of this guide is unlike any other resource I have ever seen before - that's why I decided to create it! You will learn an in depth summary about every major vitamin and mineral, and truly become an expert when it comes to choosing the best supplement (and food) possible to get the results you want. Too often, people buy supplements with synthetic versions of these nutrients and end up wasting their money, and even worse, harming their health. Well I said screw that! If you are someone who wants to get educated and feel confident when looking at the back of a label, then this is for you. Here's what you can expect:

  • Fat-soluble vitamins - vitamins A, D, E, and K are known as the fat-soluble vitamins and they come in very unique forms from nourishing foods. We dive in deep and discuss each one of these and how to get them in your diet and which forms to consume (or avoid) if you choose to buy a supplement.
  • B vitamins involved in energy metabolism - Have you ever wondered how your body creates energy down to the cellular level? Well, inside this section we break that discussion down so simple that even a six year old could understand. Many people choose to take B vitamins for a wide range of reasons, and if you're one of them, are you absolutely certain you're consuming them in their best forms
  • B vitamins involved in methylation - I know, that's a big word with an even bigger definition. Easily put, when you eat foods with certain B vitamins, they can tell your genes to print out good copies of you - or bad copies of you. If you're deficient in any of these vitamins (or consuming a low-quality supplement), you could potentially be setting yourself up for a lifetime of disease.
  • Antioxidant vitamins and minerals - many vitamins and minerals have antioxidant properties that help to keep our bodies functioning optimally and protect our cells from damage. This means they help us to age slower, recover faster, and have more energy. But if you're eating a diet full of processed foods and making up for it by consuming a low-quality supplement, you could be doing more harm than good. Find out the best sources of these vitamins and minerals in this guide - hint: they come in very delicious foods and cost-effective supplements!
  • Iodine - this mineral plays an important role in overall health, which is why I dedicated several pages alone for it. The information inside this section will absolutely blow you away. I recommend only certain foods and supplements for this mineral, while avoiding several others for proper absorption. If you have any type of thyroid condition, the information on this nutrient alone is worth a read.
  • Electrolytes: sodium, potassium, & chloride - important for far more than just athletic performance, electrolytes are crucial for everybody each day. You will learn more than 99 percent of the population by tuning into this section of the guide, so buckle your seatbelt you're in for a wild ride!
Nicki Hoffman, CTNC

“This is one of the most thorough guides on supplements I have ever read and I’ve read many different health BOOKS. Craig tells you what’s important about each supplement, why you may need it, what to look for if you want a good one. He even recommends the best ones to take! Highly recommend this guide if you are looking to up-level your nutrition & want to take the guesswork out of choosing what’s best!”



Hi. Craig here.

I want to make sure you understand that this isn’t quick fix to health or to be used as a replacement for medical advice by your practitioner. Your current state of health and goals are wildly unique to you and you alone. However, my team and I have spent years researching, testing, and working with many individuals to learn that everything in this guide can benefit most people on a consistent basis. The tips and information in here are backed by hundreds of research studies cited inside the guide. While all of the information is credible and peer-reviewed, it is by no means a replacement to your own health advice given to you by a practitioner. While it is alright to read this guide and gain insights on how to better understand nutrition, simple biochemistry, and how certain nutrients work inside the human body, it should only be used with the consent of your current medical practitioner.

You should assume that any links leading you to products or services are affiliate links that we will receive compensation from just to be safe. Having said that, there are millions of products on the web. We only promote those products or services that we have investigated, use ourselves, and truly feel deliver value to you.