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dietary supplement

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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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Noun1.dietary supplement - something added to complete a diet or to make up for a dietary deficiency
diet - a prescribed selection of foods
vitamin pill - a pill containing one or more vitamins; taken as a dietary supplement
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The FDA does regulate dietary supplements, but over time, the market has expanded, making it necessary for more regulations to be enacted, it said.
adults--87%--have overall confidence in the safety, quality, and effectiveness of dietary supplements, consistent with last year's data and up from 84% in 2009.
"At some time, doctors began to assign dietary supplements. In this regard, we conducted work and law enforcement agencies also helped to clear the medicine from dietary supplements.
Summary: Washington DC, [USA] Nov 05 (ANI): The adolescents who learn about dietary supplements in college are more likely to use them in an appropriate manner, finds a new study.
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Unfortunately, and perhaps somewhat ironically, these unique legal protections enjoyed by dietary supplements have yielded consequences that now represent some of the greatest health perils that consumers face today.
However, with the FDA implementing GMPs for dietary supplements in 2007, and the Guidance Document on New Dietary Ingredients (NDI) notification requirements published in the Federal Register in July 2011, DSHEA as a "safe harbor" has become a "sinking harbor." The FDA continues to totally censor published scientific research that certain foods and dietary supplements can prevent disease by tagging them with two labels--"drug" and "new drug." In its role as government minders, the FDA practices "regulatory McCarthyism."