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Are some probiotics dangerous? I've heard that Bacillus subtilis, a soil-based probiotic, can cause infections.
Is quercetin helpful for a specific condition? I see it as an ingredient in several different types of supplements.
I developed a rash after taking an iron supplement and then realized the supplement contained soy, to which I am allergic. Can your reports help me avoid soy and other allergens in supplements?
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Recalls & Warnings (56)
Four Probiotic Products in Canada May Pose Serious Health Risks to Those with Milk or Soy Allergies
FDA Warns Seller of Arthritis, Blood Pressure, Diabetes Supplements For Making Drug Claims
Seller of Meal Replacement, Protein Drinks, Cranberry and More Warned for Manufacturing Violations
Seller of Supplements for Pain and Allergies Warned for Manufacturing Violations, Drug Claims
Manufacturer of Green Tea, Vitamin E, Omega-3 and Cranberry Supplements Warned For Manufacturing Violations, Misbranding and Drug Claims
Seller of Tea, Colloidal Silver, Homeopathic Products Warned for Manufacturing Violations
Weight Loss, Muscle & Energy Supplements Linked to Adverse Events in Children and Young Adults
23,000 ER Visits Linked to Supplements: Palpitations, Swallowing Problems, Allergies Common
Seller of Depression, Prostate Supplements & More Warned for Manufacturing Violations, Drug Claims
Seller of Herbal Supplements and "Tonics" Warned For Manufacturing Violations and Drug Claims
Supplement Company Warned For Medical Claims and Misbranding Of Omega-3, CoQ10, Noni Juice And More
Seller of CoQ10, Anxiety Supplements and More Warned for Manufacturing Violations, Drug Claims
Seller of Omega-3, Probiotics & SuperFoods Warned for Manufacturing Violations, Drug Claims
Clinical Updates (3)
Vitamin D for Allergies?
Vitamin D and Allergy?
Recent analyses of data from thousands of individuals across the U.S. show an association between serum vitamin D levels and certain allergies. The association was found in children and adolescents for 11 different allergens, but no association was found in older individuals. See the Vitamin D Product Review for the types of allergies and level of vitamin D at which risk was reduced. More >>
Fish Oil During Pregnancy Reduces Allergy in Infants
Last year we reported important findings from a study of fish oil given to pregnant women. A further analysis of that study shows another benefit of daily fish oil for pregnant women -- their babies have nearly a 40% lower risk of egg allergies. A lower risk of eczema was also found, although this association did not hold after adjusting the data for certain factors. See the update to the Fish Oil Supplements Review, which includes details on this study, the type and amount of fish oil taken, and our latest product tests.