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DIETARY SUPPLEMENT
SUPPLEMENTS CONTAIN
FDA
PRODUCTS
VITAMINS
OFFERS
OFFERING
SAFETY
INFORMATION
LABEL
CLAIMS
DISTRIBUTOR
FEDERAL
LABELING
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LAW
FACTS
MARKETED
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    This Review contains major "Dietary Supplements"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Dietary supplements are vitamins, minerals, herbs and other substances meant to improve your diet.
  2. Dietary supplements are advised for vegans only if they do not meet calcium requirements from food. (Web site)
  3. Dietary supplements are used by more than one-half of the adult US population. (Web site)
  4. Dietary supplements are designed to improve nutrition rather than to treat disease.
  5. Dietary supplements are also not to be mistaken as replacements for conventional diets, nutritionists say.

Dietary Supplement

  1. Dietary supplements can also be extracts or concentrates, and may be found in many forms such as tablets, capsules, softgels, gelcaps, liquids, or powders.
  2. The literature on dietary supplements is vast and rife with reports of unsuspected toxicities from unregulated dietary supplements. (Web site)
  3. I would now like to focus some specific comments on dietary supplements that include MaHuang as the main active ingredient.

Supplements Contain

  1. Dietary supplements may not be risk-free under certain circumstances.
  2. The statements in this web site regarding dietary supplements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. (Web site)
  3. The use of dietary supplements is reported in 25% to 80% of cancer survivors.
  4. Collected bee pollen is among the oldest known dietary supplements. (Web site)
  5. There are striking differences between dietary supplements and functional foods. (Web site)

Fda

  1. The agency does not analyze dietary supplements before they are sold to consumers.
  2. FDA can take action against dietary supplements only after they are proven to be unsafe.
  3. The Commission supports these efforts of FDA and the industry to develop appropriate GMPs for dietary supplements. (Web site)
  4. DSHEA also gives FDA authority to establish good manufacturing practices, or GMPs, for dietary supplements.
  5. The Commission supports the provision of balanced, truthful information to consumers regarding the uses of dietary supplements. (Web site)

Products

  1. Weight loss products and program as well as tips on cooking light and dietary supplements. (Web site)
  2. Fugh-Berman A, Cott JM. Dietary supplements and natural products as psychotherapeutic agents.
  3. Vostokpharm Co., Ltd - Maker of dietary supplements and health products from seaweeds of Pacific Ocean and wild grown plants of Siebrian Tayga. (Web site)
  4. Optigene-X - Skin care products and dietary supplements designed to improve immune function, increase DNA repair, and decrease DNA damage. (Web site)

Vitamins

  1. BodyZone bars, vitamins, dietary supplements, weight loss programs, herbs and homopathic remedies. (Web site)
  2. Total Health Nutrients - Offering dietary supplements, cholestene, DHEA, plus books and videos. (Web site)
  3. Needle King Group - Needles, herbal medicines and dietary supplements. (Web site)
  4. Meta Description: [ Only from CNCA, our ultra-pure dietary supplements are designed by nutritional experts for premium quality. (Web site)
  5. Offers premium natural vitamins, minerals, nutritional dietary supplements, homeopathic and herbal remedies, and health books.

Offers

  1. Sunburst Biorganics - Offers natural vitamins, minerals, herbs and dietary supplements. (Web site)
  2. Vermont Prime Emu Producers - Offers health and beauty products, dietary supplements, and meats. (Web site)

Offering

  1. VirtuVites - Offering vitamins, herbs, nutritional and dietary supplements. (Web site)
  2. We also offering sports nutrition, discount vitamins, dietary supplements and herbal products. (Web site)

Safety

  1. Manufacturers and distributors do not need FDA approval to sell their dietary supplements.
  2. Therefore, dietary supplements are not subject to safety and efficacy testing and there are no approval requirements.
  3. For the most recent information on this topic, go to the Dietary Supplements Section of FDA's Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition Website.
  4. Determining the safety of dietary supplements is a broad undertaking, and includes assessment of drug interactions, contraindications, and side effects.

Information

  1. Of the 129 requests for information, 120 resulted in recommendations of specific dietary supplements.
  2. Statements regarding dietary supplements are provided solely to offer our visitors additional information about alternative medicine.

Label

  1. Consumers who use dietary supplements should always read product labels, follow directions, and heed all warnings.
  2. TriMedica - Manufacturer offering wholesale and private label dietary supplements. (Web site)

Claims

  1. Qualified health claims for dietary supplements are now being released to the public.
  2. Content versus label claims in ephedra-containing dietary supplements.
  3. For the most part, the same nutrient content claims allowed for foods are also allowed for dietary supplements. (Web site)
  4. The Commission supports the concept of fairness, in which the requirements for NLEA health claims are the same for foods and for dietary supplements. (Web site)

Distributor

  1. Nature's Plus We are a manufacturer and distributor of dietary supplements, herbs, and vitamin products. (Web site)
  2. Natures Distributors - Antioxidants, vitamins and minerals, herbals, and related nutritional and dietary supplements. (Web site)

Federal

  1. NUTRITION.GOV, a new federal resource, provides easy access to all online federal government information on nutrition, including dietary supplements.
  2. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) regulates advertising, including infomercials, for dietary supplements and most other products sold to consumers.

Labeling

  1. Provides information about what dietary supplements are, and how they are regulated, including the labeling and claims that can be made for supplements.
  2. DSHEA specifies that nutrition labeling for dietary supplements shall not require the listing of any substance not present in the product. (Web site)
  3. DSHEA was passed in October 1994 with provisions that require revision of FDA's regulations on nutrition labeling for dietary supplements. (Web site)

Botanical

  1. Dietary supplements include vitamins, minerals, herbs, botanicals, amino acids, and glandular products.
  2. United States Pharmacopeia (USP) Verified Dietary Supplements : "establishes authoritative standards for botanical and non-botanical dietary supplements.

Selling

  1. Supervits.com - Selling vitamins and dietary supplements. (Web site)
  2. This store sells dietary supplements, some of the hottest selling items on the market today.

Law

  1. Under the law, manufacturers of dietary supplements are responsible for making sure their products are safe before they go to market.
  2. This new law, which amended the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act, created a new regulatory framework for the safety and labeling of dietary supplements.

Facts

  1. Also, starting in March 1999, a "Supplement Facts" panel will be required on the labels of most dietary supplements.
  2. In 1996 alone, consumers spent more than $6.5 billion on dietary supplements, according to Packaged Facts Inc., a market research firm in New York City.

Marketed

  1. The Commission considers it axiomatic that all marketed dietary supplements should be safe. (Web site)
  2. The safety of foods including dietary supplements is a concern of all responsible governing bodies worldwide. (Web site)
  3. Extracted phytoestrogens are also marketed in numerous forms as dietary supplements regulated under the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act. (Web site)

Adverse

  1. Adverse effects from the use of dietary supplements should be reported to the FDA. (Web site)
  2. Adverse effects from the use of dietary supplements should be reported to MedWatch.
  3. The fact that many doctors are unaware that they should report adverse events involving dietary supplements is a serious public safety issue.

Categories

  1. Society > Humans > Health > Nutrition
  2. Glossaries > Glossary of Nutrition /

Subcategories

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