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Journal Entry C headerThe dirt on diatomaceous earth
Diatomaceous earth is promoted as a “cure-all,” but is there any truth behind the claims?
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Journal EntryWhat are high-risk supplements?
Some dietary supplement products contain problematic ingredients. Find out which ones might pose a health risk.
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Journal Entry text/texmacsMore “tainted” products
FDA continues to identify over-the-counter products, including dietary supplements, containing hidden active ingredients. Could yours be one of them?
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Journal EntryWhat’s in your energy drink?
Energy drinks are really “stimulant” drinks. Learn how to identify potentially harmful ingredients.
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Journal Entry text/texmacsProtein powders: Food or supplements?
Some protein powders have Nutrition Facts labels while others have Supplement Facts labels. Is this a case of mislabeling?
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Journal EntryAre supplements the “whey” to protein?
Whey protein is often referred to as the “king of proteins.” But are whey protein supplements the best option for muscle growth and recovery?
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Journal EntryEnergy drinks and teens don’t mix
Energy drinks have become increasingly popular among teens, but they provide no health benefit and can even be harmful.
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Journal EntryFDA warns again about powdered caffeine
FDA issued warning letters to 5 distributors of powdered pure caffeine and continues to warn consumers against using these products.
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Journal Entry text/texmacsCannabidiol in dietary supplements
FDA says that products with the ingredient cannabidiol can’t be marketed as dietary supplements.
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Journal EntryKratom concerns
Kratom use is on the rise, but is it safe?
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