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Vitalicious Presents the EnergyLoaf
Published November 19, 2014
Adding to the Vitalicious family of breakfasts and snacks, the NYC-based company has introduced the EnergyLoaf. Combining fiber, protein and B vitamins, each EnergyLoaf helps provide sustained, balanced energy throughout the day. The product fea… Read More »
Published November 3, 2014
Researchers from global public health organization NSF International, Harvard Medical School and the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment in the Netherlands (RIVM) have found an unapproved synthetic stimulant—1,3-Dimethylbut… Read More »
Published October 13, 2014
DMBA chemical structure similar to other banned stimulants DMAA and Ephedrine. Read More »
Published August 29, 2014
Company said it will adjust claims in future advertising. Read More »
By Joerg Gruenwald
Published September 1, 2012
On July 19th, nutraingredients.com reported an impending “slaughterfest” of sports nutrition products due to the investigation of 431 performance-enhancing products by British Medical Journal (BMJ). According to the article, the product… 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 »
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 May 1, 2003
Following on the heels of AHPA’s Citizen Petition, Senator Richard Durbin introduced bill S.722 titled the “Dietary Supplement Safety Act of 2003.” This legislation is intended to “protect consumers from dangerous dietary supp… Read More »
By Dr. Jay Lombard
Published September 1, 2001
Several nutraceuticals offer drug-free relief. Read More »
Published July 23, 2014
NAD recommended that the advertiser discontinue claim that Alive! multivitamins are made with 26 fruits and vegetables. Read More »
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