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Published October 13, 2014
DMBA chemical structure similar to other banned stimulants DMAA and Ephedrine. Read More »
Published May 16, 2012
Arkis Biotec, New York, NY, has introduced Alginex, their new weight loss dietary supplement. Alginex’s key ingredient, alginate, has been scientifically proven to inhibit fat absorption from digested food by up to 75%, and as a result promotes… Read More »
Published April 27, 2012
PGP International Inc., Woodland, CA, an ABF Ingredients Company, has been awarded GMP for Sport registration from NSF International, Ann Arbor, MI. A key component of NSF International’s Dietary Supplement Certification Program is GMP for Sp… Read More »
Published April 1, 2010
A carcinogenic form of chromium, hexavalent chromium, was found in some dietary supplements, according to new tests by ConsumerLab.com, White Plains, NY. Hexavalent chromium was found in two popular weight loss products and a chromium supplement, whi… Read More »
By Sean Moloughney
Published August 26, 2009
Acai berry supplements tested recently by ConsumerLab.com, White Plains, NY, passed quality standards, but the group urged caution about disturbing business practices and scams, and levels of combination ingredients. Read More »
By Rebecca Wright
Published December 6, 2007
USA Today ran an article on December 5th about a report claiming to find steroids and banned stimulants in a variety of sports nutrition products. The report was released by Informed Choice, a Boston, MA, testing program. As part of the research,… Read More »
Published December 1, 2007
Researchers from North Carolina’s Wake Forest University quizzed over 4,000 U.S. students about their drinking habits. They found people who drank energy drink cocktails were more likely to suffer injuries, require medical help or get into trou… Read More »
By Dr. Jay Lombard
Published September 1, 2001
Several nutraceuticals offer drug-free relief. Read More »
Published September 18, 2014
Study reveals certain gut bacteria may induce metabolic changes following exposure to artificial sweeteners. Read More »
Published September 15, 2014
HerbalGram cover article addresses impacts of environmental variation on botanical quality and activity. Read More »
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