…especially not when they are so easy to predict. 5 years removed from his role as a prominent source of incriminating info for the Mitchell Report, former Mets clubhouse attendant Kirk Radmoski (above) and business partner Steve Cohen have introduced their own brand of dietary supplements. “I’m a convicted felon,” Radomski tells the New York Daily News’ Michael O’Keefe, “but that didn’t stop people from coming up to me and asking my advice.”

The partners say they hope new supplement company — EPSG (energy, performance, strength, growth) Labs — can provide a high-quality alternative to bottom-feeder companies that sell tainted supplements.

“I have to do everything right,” Radomski says. “With my background, everyone will be looking at me.”

Radomski says he developed the formulas for EPSG Labs’ first two products, the testosterone booster and a fat burner called “High Heat” through years of trial and error. He used to make supplements for the athletes and for his own personal use, he said, and says he perfected his formulas by tweaking ingredients and amounts until he found a winner.

His products won’t be for everyone — the testosterone booster includes DHEA, the legal steroid hormone produced by the adrenal gland that is banned by the NCAA, the NBA, NFL and World Anti-Doping Agency (although not by Major League Baseball). The label warns that it could trigger positive drug tests.