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Journal Entry text/texmacsUSADA Athletic Advisory: Methylhexaneamine and dietary supplements
Athletes are advised to avoid consuming supplements that contain the prohibited stimulant methylhexaneamine, also known as DMAA.
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Journal EntryMore on Jack3d and OxyElite Pro
Jack3d and OxyElite Pro contain the ingredient DMAA, but recent findings do not support claims that it is a “natural” derivative from the geranium plant. It’s another story of “buyer beware.”
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Journal EntryDMAA-containing products in question
HPRC offers a list of products containing DMAA to help you make informed decisions in buying dietary supplements.
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Journal EntryDietary supplements: What’s in them for you?
HPRC’s new Dietary Supplement Classification System offers information to help you decide whether a dietary supplement can help you reach your performance goals or whether it may have side effects you want to avoid.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programDMAA list updates
HPRC has again updated its list of DMAA containing products. The latest news includes New Zealand’s ban on DMAA-containing products.
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Journal EntryFDA Warns Companies about DMAA Safety
Marketers and distributors of products containing DMAA warned by FDA.
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Journal EntryDMAA list update for October 2012
HPRC’s latest review of DMAA-containing products shows that 89 have been discontinued or reformulated since the list was first compiled nine months ago.
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Journal Entry Octet StreamFDA Warns Consumers about DMAA
FDA urges consumers to check all dietary supplement product labels to ensure they do not contain the illegal stimulant DMAA.<br />
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Journal Entry chemical/x-gaussian-logFDA warns: DMAA in dietary supplements now illegal
FDA urges consumers to check all dietary supplement product labels to ensure they do not contain the illegal stimulant DMAA.
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Journal EntryDMAA products’ downward spiral
HPRC’s updated list of DMAA-containing products shows the impact of FDA’s announcement in April that dietary supplements containing DMAA are illegal.
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