Recent Examples of dietary supplement from the Web
Black licorice can interact with some medications, herbs and dietary supplements.
The line includes cleansers, creams for face and body, scrubs, masks, and even dietary supplements.
Black licorice can also interact with some medications and dietary supplements.
GenoPalate does not sell or promote dietary supplements.
To identify promising compounds, the team grew human nerve cells in the lab and tested whether more than 1100 medications, vitamins, dietary supplements, and other molecules altered their output of α-synuclein.
There are tourism factories devoted to mochi making, ribbon weaving, saxophone production, cosmetics, dietary supplements, socks, erasers, umbrellas, tea, chocolate, lanterns, soy sauce...and the industry only continues to grow.
It was marketed in the late 1980s as a dietary supplement to promote weight loss and build muscle, but was taken off the market in 1990 owing to safety concerns (seizures, coma, death).
To subdue these negative effects, up to 86 percent of people with breast cancer turn to complementary therapies such as acupuncture, dietary supplements, meditation and yoga, according to a study published in Breast Cancer Research and Treatment.
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medical Definition of dietary supplement
- The study is looking at whether taking daily dietary supplements of vitamin D3 or omega-3 fatty acids reduces the risk for developing cancer, heart disease and stroke.
- —Mary Brophy Marcus, USA Today, 4 Oct. 2011
- A hormone produced by the pineal gland in the brain, melatonin also occurs naturally in some foods. It therefore may be sold as a dietary supplement in the United States under the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994, without premarket approval from the FDA.
- —Lynne Lamberg, The Journal of the American Medical Association, 2 Oct. 1996
- … batches of a dietary supplement L-tryptophan that have been implicated in a mysterious disease were produced by a genetically engineered organism.
- —Leslie Roberts, Science, 31 Aug. 1990
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