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Journal Entry Troff documentAcacia rigidula: another FDA target
Dietary supplement products containing Acadia rigidula are not allowed.
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Journal EntryFood and color additives: What are they?
If you read product labels, you know there are numerous “mystery” ingredients in many foods. This FDA brochure takes some of the mystery away.
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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 Entry ODS spreadsheetFDA to examine adding caffeine to foods
The FDA is investigating the recent trend of caffeine added to many food products and its possible effect on children and adolescents.
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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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Journal EntryWhat are Cheeba Chews?
Are Cheeba Chews legal? And what exactly are they? Read the OPSS FAQ to find out the answer.
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Journal Entry text/texmacsFDA warning: Illegal diabetes products
FDA has cracked down on misleading claims and warns consumers about potentially harmful products marketed to prevent or treat diabetes.
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Journal EntryDMAA products dwindle
HPRC has again revised its list of DMAA-containing products, and most U.S. manufacturers and supplier have either eliminated such products or reformulated them to eliminate DMAA.
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Journal Entry C headerE-cigarettes spark new research
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) proposes sweeping new regulations on the multibillion-dollar e-cigarette industry and has asked for more research on the long-term health effects of these products.
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Journal EntryFDA’s warning on caffeine powder
FDA issues a warning about caffeine powder and advises consumers to avoid powdered pure caffeine.
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