I am Kurtis Frank; Nutrition and Supplement Researcher and frequent redditor. AMA
I’ve been a long time contributor in reddit (in the fitness subs mainly, where I am a moderator of both /r/fitness and creator of /r/supplements). About two years ago /u/AhmedF and I created Examine.com, which is a a scientific database for nutritional supplements (some other entries on topics of health and wellness in general, but due to the bounty of information on those two topics relative to the lack of good information on supplements the supplements are currently the priority). The website is based on a pseudo-wikipedia model, where users can edit or contribute studies to us but the edit needs to be approved by our admins before it appears on the website. At the moment, I do most of the primary research, and we sometimes get input from our advisory board (purely voluntary, they help keep us in line).
Our main niches in regards to supplements is that we cite everything to an external academic source (mostly NCBI related links or Sciencedirect, although on some pages in the traditional medicine sections you may get CNKI which is a chinese database) and avoid citing any possible unreliable sources. We cite any claim that we can be called out on, and we do our best to try and elucidate a topic and make some practical conclusions based on the evidence (usually, if cruising in a 'complete summary' of an article there are small blue quote boxes that give a Tl;Dr of the section)"
I am also currently working on a systemic review of testosterone boosters that will hopefully be published in a journal by the end of this year. There's a fair bit of them on the market that we've got around to assessing thus far.
So yeah - AMA about nutrition or supplements (fitness/exercise as well, although it is less of a forte of mine) of whatever. (Verification if need be, from Twitter)