Fortified foods and supplements designed for infants could have significantly less – or more – actual vitamin D than the amounts labelled, however most products do fall within acceptable EU ranges, say Dutch researchers.
Scientific evidence says that consumption of soy from the diet or
as supplements should not cause alarm despite negative reports
about risks, a view that has been supported by a major US industry
The Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN) today submitted
comments to the Department of Health and Human Services and the
United States Department of Agriculture urging them to recognize
the importance of dietary supplements in...
Changing economic conditions in eastern Europe are boosting sales
and demand for vitamins and dietary supplements, offering major
opportunity for foreign entrants to the market and suppliers of
Archer Daniels Midland, the giant US agricultural products
processor, has extended its international alliance with
Nutraceutix, a manufacturer of controlled delivery technology for
the pharmaceutical industry.
Growing and steady interest in herbal supplements, particularly in
the US, is spurring demand for plant-derived chemicals. According
to a new report figures show that in the US growth is expected to
rise by 6.8 per cent annually in...
A wide range of dietary supplements sold in the UK have been
irradiated in breach of food regulations, a Food Standards Agency
survey has found. As a consequence companies with affected products
have been told to remove them from...
The US Food and Drug Administration on Friday asked makers of
dietary supplements containing the herb comfrey to withdraw their
products due to the danger of liver damage and its possible role as
a cancer-causing agent.