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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 Entry C headerDietary supplements and women’s health
How does military training and pregnancy affect women’s nutritional status and need for supplements?
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Journal Entry text/texmacsKetone supplements
Are ketone supplements the key to improving your performance?
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Journal EntryFDA says no to methylsynephrine
FDA has declared that methylsynephrine can’t be used in dietary supplements. Be sure to check your product label.
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Journal Entry Troff documentSARMs don’t cut it
SARMs are unapproved drugs that keep popping up in dietary supplement products.
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Journal Entry D source codeNootropics on your mind?
If you’re looking for cognitive enhancers or “smart drugs,” you may want to think twice.
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Journal EntryPut aside the pills and powders
Think you need that dietary supplement? Think again. National Nutrition Month reminds us to choose real foods first.
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Journal Entry chemical/x-isostarDMAA products persist
HPRC has updated its list of products containing DMAA.
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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 EntryChia seeds and drug testing
Will chia seeds cause a positive drug test? Read more and find out what you really need to avoid.
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