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Journal Entry Octet StreamRevisiting DMAA
Products with DMAA are disappearing quickly since the April 2013 announcement by FDA that DMAA is illegal, but some are still available. Check our updated list to make sure you don't inadvertently buy them.
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Journal Entry D source codeHemp products: Are they allowed?
Hemp is found in many food products, but what are the service policies on the use of these products?
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Journal Entry reStructured TextChoose Foods First!
National Nutrition Month reminds us to choose tasty, nutrient-rich food first before you consider a dietary supplement.
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Journal Entry object codeWhat’s the story with OxyELITE Pro?
Why has OxyELITE Pro been recalled? Read the OPSS FAQ to find out.
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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 text/texmacsFocus on food, not supplements
When it comes to nutritional value, dietary supplements just don’t measure up. Choose whole foods such as fruits and vegetables instead to fuel your performance.
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Journal Entry D source codeSocial media “red flags”
You shouldn’t believe everything you read on social media, especially when it comes to dietary supplements and sports products.
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Journal Entry Troff documentDoD’s DMAA report
The DoD Safety Review Panel has completed its review of DMAA, and the report is now available on HPRC’s website. The result is that DMAA-containing products will no longer be sold on military installations.
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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.<br /><br />
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Journal Entry text/texmacsWhat’s the “evidence” behind sports performance products?
Many advertisers of dietary supplements and other sports-related products make claims of enhanced performance and recovery, but a recent review found that the current evidence supporting these claims is mostly insufficient.
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