An excerpt from the above link: "Athletes looking for an edge have sworn by Conte's prescription of high- tech "chemical element analysis" followed by nutritional supplements - usually his signature product ZMA. BALCO promised athletes a 30 percent increase in testosterone levels - and greater strength and endurance, fewer muscle cramps, even more restful sleep."
What quackery!! There is not one iota of medical support for this nonsense. The guy is a charlatan, a dangerous one, too. The only way he could deliver the 30% increase in testosterone levels was to have anabolic steroids (testosterone) in the mix. I hope the charges stick, so he can't con anybody else.