dietary supplement

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dietary supplement

n.
A product containing one or more vitamins, herbs, enzymes, amino acids, or other ingredients, that is taken orally to supplement one's diet, as by providing a missing nutrient.
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Report Methodology The information in Nutritional Supplements in the U.
In the US, the retail sales of nutritional supplements have grown significantly in 2010.
AustCancer's US subsidiary, revisys, is launching a range of nutritional supplements designed by leading US scientists for people with special needs, including those undergoing cancer treatment.
Meyers said the GNC Nutritional Supplement Bill of Rights will be available to consumers immediately through http://www.
For its part, the FDA is conducting a public comment period through May about standards for nutritional supplements.
Vitamin World manufactures over 1,000 high quality vitamins, minerals, herbs, and other nutritional supplements in their own state-of-the-art facilities.
As previously announced, JMED's 1993 sales of Vitamin Nutritional Supplement sales were up 144% to $22 million which for the first time exceed the Company's Pharmaceutical Product sales.
Approximately 50 percent of Americans currently take some form of nutritional supplement and product sales in this category approach $4 billion annually.
We are elated to receive our initial purchase order from General Nutrition Centers, as they are the largest global specialty retailer of nutritional supplements.
Increase in Individuals Switching from ADHD Drugs to Nutritional Supplement Known as BeCalm'd.
According to Natrol CEO Elliott Balbert, "Natrol is dedicated to developing nutritional supplements that nourish our minds and bodies.
The pilot project served to establish the potential of Resurgex(R) as the nutritional supplement of choice to replace several industry-leading nutritional supplements currently in wide used in the long-term-care profession.

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