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Journal Entry D source codeWhat’s a “new dietary ingredient”?
Some dietary supplements can contain at least one “new dietary ingredient.” If you haven’t heard this term before, you’re not alone.
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Journal EntryFDA and supplements
Read on to learn more about how to choose dietary supplements.
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Journal EntryNutritional and herbal supplements may help anxiety-related conditions
A recent review found nutritional and herbal supplements may help treat anxiety and related problems without serious side effects. Scientists report the positive outcomes may be a placebo effect, but positive outcomes are still positive.
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Journal EntryChilling out with relaxation drinks?
Relaxation drinks seem like an appealing way to relieve stress, but some are not as harmless as they appear.
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Journal Entry ECMAScript programLazy Cakes: Brownies – or something else?
With added melatonin to help you relax, this is no typical brownie.
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Journal EntryDietary supplements: Questions and answers
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) answers consumers' questions about dietary supplements and the regulations of dietary supplements.
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Journal Entry D source codeThe lure of Jack3d
This relatively recent supplement targeting the exercise performance market has been growing in popularity, but the limited information about its “recipe” and the severe warnings on its label and website should make potential users think twice.
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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 EntrySenator Durbin urges FDA to investigate energy drinks
Senator Dick Durbin has asked the FDA to investigate the caffeine content and other ingredients in energy drinks due to serious concerns about their safety.
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Journal EntryAlert: Dendrobium for performance?
A new dietary ingredient—a stimulant—has emerged in dietary supplement products marketed to boost athletic performance.
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