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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Remember, the old adage, "if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is." In summary, keep your nutritional supplement program simple, logical, and practical.
23 August 2017 - An affiliate of California, US-based private equity firm HGGC, LLC has closed the acquisition of Utah, US-based nutritional supplements manufacturer and distributor Nutraceutical International Corp.
shows that the nutritional supplement market remained robust throughout the global recessionary period of 2008 to 2009, as well as tremendous growth.
In the Philippines, General Nutrition Centers (GNC) has made kyolic and other such nutritional supplements easily available.
and sells nutritional supplements. More information is available at http://www.allstarhealth.com.
The product bundle, WeightLossPruTect, consists of two PruTectRx nutritional supplements: CravePruTect and WeightPruTect.
Just like OTC medicines, nutritional supplements can cause allergic reactions and adverse interactions with other medications, alcohol and caffeine.
The regulation of nutritional supplements in most countries, including South Africa, is usually embedded in other forms of legislation than those governing medicine.
Nutritional supplements come in all forms--pills, granola-like bars, juices, teas, gels and creams.
NEW YORK -- The more than 53 million Americans who consider themselves sports or fitness enthusiasts represent a key market for sellers of nutritional supplements.
The division is a leading publisher of consumer health newsletters and marketer of nutritional supplements and related health products (whose revenues are reportedly higher than the newsletters themselves).
Kaiser, the author or Healing HIV: How to Rebuild Your Immune System (HealthFirst Press, 1999), is well known for combining mainstream HIV treatment with nutritional supplements, acupuncture, and other complementary approaches.

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