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    Dietary Supplements

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    Dietary supplements are sold in stores all over the United States without a doctor’s prescription. Half of the adult American population takes supplements every single day of their lives. The supplements include, but are not limited to, “vitamins, energy boosters, herbal preparations, and weight-loss aids…” (Weeks). People have always been told how beneficial it is to take these wonderful dietary supplements to help give their body the nutrients it needs, but they don’t know that these supplements are harming their bodies. Many of the bottles tested have proven to not include the ingredients listed on the label, therefor causing harm. Dietary supplements are taken by many adults everyday, but little do they know that those supplements are…

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    Dietary Supplements have become a major part of the United States way of living. In 2007 nearly eighteen percent of all Americans claimed to use”nonvitamin, nonmineral, natural products”. This may be due to more endorsement and and prescriptions from health officials. This may be because Dietary Supplements are often regarded as “natural” substitutes for drugs. Dietary Supplements are sold in many different forms such as pills, capsules, liquids, extracts, teas,and powders. Many companies sell…

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    The dietary supplement is a broad term, almost just a broad as the market that surrounds its products. But with the use of supplements, there are questions we should ask. Why should I use them? And, what are the side effects? Surprisingly, many supplement companies cannot answer these questions for you. So, who do we look to when we need our questions answered? The answer to that question is the Food and Drug Administration should manage the supplement industry just like it manages the food…

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    n.d.). The well-known country singer couldn’t be anymore right. Maintaining a healthy lifestyle is more effective than turning to dietary supplements that can harm the human body. People in need of losing weight should choose eating healthily and increased activity over supplemental (loose-weight-quick) diets when planning a weight-loss program. “Because ‘supplements’ are sold over the counter, it’s easy to assume that they are all safe and beneficial,” says Diane L. McKay, PhD. “That’s not…

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    1-Now, the introduction of the protein supplement provider company make it possible for individuals to get high-quality natural food supplements at an affordable cost. The website of the food supplement supplier organization provide all details of food supplements presented by them, one can see the overall description of the products which include the ingredients, nutritional information, how to use etc. The carbohydrate and lactose added in the supplement work fast towards converting the lean…

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    an adequate dietary intake of essential nutrients and vitamins. Safety is a major risk when it comes to buying dietary supplements. Although dietary supplements include percent of daily value, it does not confirm accuracy. Many people are uninformed of the side effects of high doses of dietary supplements and don’t realize that they can interfere with other medications and blood tests (Silva, Ludwick, 2002). Another risk is when it comes to advertising there are no set standards. Legally…

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    Royal Jelly Essay

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    The supplement that interested me the most and that I evaluated was Royal Jelly. I had no idea that there was even such a dietary supplement, let alone all of the claimed cures it was supposed to heal, such as lowering blood pressure, lowering bad cholesterol, and decreasing breast cancer risk. It has also been proven by “The Health Professional’s Guide to Popular Dietary Supplements” to improve stamina, reduce fatigue, and boost mental health as well. As mentioned by a fellow classmate, I…

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    Apolan Max 50 Analysis

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    Anapolan Max 50 (A-Max 50) Review - Is this Really Effective? Find Out from the Review! Choosing an effective muscle/body enhancement supplement, especially by body builders/athletes, play a key role during performance/workout. A wide range of muscle/body enhancement supplements flood the internet. There are fake ones amongst them and there are ones that fulfill their claims. In other to know the real ones, one would need to lay hands on such an informational review. Anapolan-Max 50 is an…

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    General Nutrition Center stores typically stock a wide range of weight loss and bodybuilding nutritional supplements, as well as many vitamins, natural remedies, and beauty products, representing both its own brand as well as many third-party brands. GNC has a website in addition to thousands of retail locations. GNC stores start out as corporate, being owned by the company, until a potential franchisee shows interest in owning one or more stores. There is a flat rate for purchasing stores, and…

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    from dietary supplements send 23,000 people a year to ER This article discussed the impact of dietary supplements on the general public. It claims that these mostly unregulated supplements are endangering the people and causing people to succumb to unforeseen health issues often sending these people to the hospital. While this article references what is perceived as a rather large number of dietary supplement victims, these numbers can be truly misleading. In fact, the data provided can lead to…

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