HighYa.Com: Can Dietary Supplements & Vitamins Cause Dangerous Side Effects?

Here’s a quick fact: None of the vitamins or dietary supplements glaring at you from store shelves have been reviewed for safety or effectiveness by the FDA, or any other organization for that matter, before you to buy them.

Instead, the ingredients they contain are only required to be classified as “generally safe,” while their labels can’t be “misleading.” Proof of benefit and disclosure of risk from the manufacturer is not required in any way. Read Su Robotti’s comments here.


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