From todays (12/4/03)addition of the Post -
T.C. Luoma, a Biotest partner who edits the magazine, said ZMA’s success was “pretty much a question of good marketing. It’s just Zinc and Magnesium.” The supplement industry, he said, caters “to the average mentality of a 14-year-old. If you just use a lot of hyperbole, and if you don’t have any shame you can make a lot of money in this business. It’s kind of tragic, really.”
The article’s focus is on BALCO labs and THG, but they actually mention ZMA quite a bit. For most of the article the author makes ZMA sound like some mysterious substance. Kudos to T.C. for saying what ZMA really is and for exposing the industry in general.
Anyone who’s interested, just go to Washingtonpost.com, to the sports section, and look for A Search, for Truth in Substance.