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1.O.N.E. Fish Oil and Omega-3 and -7 Supplements Review (Including Krill, Algae, Calamari, and Sea Buckthorn)  *
2.O.N.E. Turmeric and Curcumin Supplements and Spices Review  *
3.O.N.E. Probiotic Supplements Review (Including Pet Probiotics)  *
4.O.N.E. Vitamin D Supplements Review (Including Calcium, Vitamin K, Magnesium, and Boron)  *
5.O.N.E. Green Tea Review: Supplements, Brewable, Matcha, and Bottled  *
6.O.N.E. B Vitamin Supplements Review (B Complexes, B6, B12, Biotin, Folate, Niacin, Riboflavin & More)  *
7.O.N.E. Protein Powders, Shakes, and Drinks Review  *
8.O.N.E. Magnesium Supplements Review (Including Calcium, Vitamins D & K, and Boron)  *
9.O.N.E. CBD & Hemp Extract Supplements, Lotions, and Balms Review  *
10.O.N.E. Melatonin Supplements Review  *
11.O.N.E. Dark Chocolates, Cocoa & Cacao Powders, Nibs, and Supplements Review -- Sources of Flavanols  *
12.O.N.E. Choline Supplements Review (Including Phosphatidylcholine, CDP-Choline, and Alpha-GPC)  *
13.O.N.E. Joint Health Supplements Review (Glucosamine, Chondroitin, MSM and Boswellia)  *
14.O.N.E. Vision Supplements Review (with Lutein and Zeaxanthin)  *
15.O.N.E. Calcium Supplements Review  *
16.O.N.E. Holy Basil Supplements Review  *
17.O.N.E. CoQ10 and Ubiquinol Supplements Review  *
18.O.N.E. Chia Seed Review  *
19.O.N.E. Red Yeast Rice Supplements Review  *
20.O.N.E. Vitamin K Supplements Review (Including Calcium, Vitamin D, Magnesium & Boron)  *
21.O.N.E. Vitamin C Supplements Review  *
22.O.N.E. Digestive Enzyme Supplements Review  *
23.O.N.E. Human Growth Hormone (HGH) and Insulin-like Growth Factor-1 (IGF-1) Supplements Review Article  *
24.O.N.E. Apple Cider Vinegar Review -- Bottled Liquids and Pills  *
25.O.N.E. Ashwagandha Supplements Review  *
26.O.N.E. Canned Tuna and Salmon  *
27.O.N.E. Elderberry Supplements Review  *
28.O.N.E. Pomegranate Juice and Supplements Review Article  *
29.O.N.E. Collagen Supplements Review  *
30.O.N.E. Garlic Supplements Review
31.O.N.E. Multivitamin and Multimineral Supplements Review
32.O.N.E. Vitamin E Supplements Review  *
33.O.N.E. Black Currant Oil, Borage Oil, Evening Primrose Oil, Flaxseed Oil, and Hemp Oil Supplements Review: Sources of ALA and GLA (Omega-3 and -6 Fatty Acids)  *
34.O.N.E. Coconut Oil and Medium Chain Triglycerides (MCT Oil) Review  *
35.O.N.E. Extra Virgin Olive Oil Review  *
36.O.N.E. Boron Supplements Review (Including Calcium, Magnesium, and Vitamins D & K)  *
37.O.N.E. Cinnamon Supplements and Spices Review  *
38.O.N.E. Ginkgo (Ginkgo Biloba) Supplements Review  *
39.O.N.E. Valerian Supplements Review  *
40.O.N.E. Mangosteen Juice and Supplements Review Article  *
41.O.N.E. Zinc Supplements and Lozenges Review  *
42.O.N.E. Milk Thistle and Liver Formula Supplements Review  *
43.O.N.E. Taurine Supplements Review for People, Dogs, and Cats  *
44.O.N.E. Kelp Supplements Review
45.O.N.E. L-Arginine Supplements Review
46.O.N.E. CLA (Conjugated Linoleic Acid) Supplements Review (for Slimming)
47.O.N.E. Echinacea Supplements Review
48.O.N.E. Ginger Supplements & Ales Review
49.O.N.E. Maca Supplements Review
50.O.N.E. Menopause Supplements Review (Soy and Red Clover Isoflavones, Black Cohosh) and Progesterone Creams
51.O.N.E. Oat Cereals Review
52.O.N.E. Vitamin A Supplements Review, Including Beta-Carotene and Cod Liver Oil  *
53.O.N.E. DHEA Supplements Review  *
54.O.N.E. NAC (N-Acetyl Cysteine) Supplements Review  *
55.O.N.E. Noni Juice Review Article  *
56.O.N.E. African Mango (Seed Extract) Supplements for Weight Loss Review Article  *
57.O.N.E. Inactive Ingredients / Excipients in Supplements  *
58.O.N.E. Nutrition Bars & Cookies Review (For Energy, Fiber, Protein, Meal Replacement, and Whole Foods)
59.O.N.E. Potassium Iodide (KI) and Potassium Iodate (KIO3) Review Article: Radioprotective Agents  *
60.O.N.E. Aloe Liquids, Gels, and Supplements Review
61.O.N.E. Berberine and Goldenseal Supplements Review
62.O.N.E. Bilberry Supplements Review
63.O.N.E. Cholesterol-Lowering Supplements Review (Sterols/Stanols and Policosanol)
64.O.N.E. Ginseng Supplements Review
65.O.N.E. Green Coffee Bean Extract Supplements Review (for Weight Loss)
66.O.N.E. Home Test for Disintegration of Vitamins and Supplements | Consumerlab.com
67.O.N.E. Lactose Intolerance Products Review (Lactase Enzymes and Lactose-Free Milks)
68.O.N.E. Low-Dose Lithium Supplements Review
69.O.N.E. Lycopene Supplements Review
70.O.N.E. Meal Replacement & Weight Management Powders and Shakes Review
71.O.N.E. Resveratrol Supplements Review (Grape, Red Wine, and Polygonum Sources)
72.O.N.E. Sexual Enhancer Supplements Review (with Yohimbe, Horny Goat Weed, Arginine)
73.O.N.E. St. John's Wort Supplements Review
74.O.N.E. Weight Loss Supplements Review (7-Keto DHEA, Forskolin and Stimulant Blend Supplements)
75.O.N.E. Wellbutrin vs. Generic Bupropion Review
76.O.N.E. Hoodia (Hoodia gordonii) Review Article  *
77.O.N.E. Where to Buy Supplements - From ConsumerLab.com | Consumerlab.com
78.O.N.E. Acetyl-L-Carnitine Supplements Review  *
79.O.N.E. Selenium Supplements Review  *
80.O.N.E. Acai Berry Supplements and Beverages Review
81.O.N.E. Alpha Lipoic Acid Supplements Review
82.O.N.E. Astaxanthin Supplements Review
83.O.N.E. Baobab Dried Fruit Pulp Review Article
84.O.N.E. Bone Broth Review
85.O.N.E. Chromium Supplements Review
86.O.N.E. Coconut Waters Review
87.O.N.E. Garcinia Cambogia (HCA) Supplements Review
88.O.N.E. Greens and Whole Food Powders and Capsules
89.O.N.E. Huperzine A Supplements Review
90.O.N.E. Iron Supplements Review
91.O.N.E. Joint Health Supplements for Pets Review (Glucosamine, Chondroitin, MSM & Boswellia)
92.O.N.E. L-Theanine Supplements Review
93.O.N.E. L-Tryptophan and 5-Hydroxytryptophan (5-HTP) Supplements
94.O.N.E. Lysine Supplements Review
95.O.N.E. Muscle & Workout Supplements Review (Creatine and Branched-chain Amino Acids)
96.O.N.E. Nattokinase Supplements Review
97.O.N.E. Potassium Supplements Review
98.O.N.E. Prostate Supplements Review (Saw Palmetto and Beta-Sitosterol)
99.O.N.E. Quercetin Supplements Review
100.O.N.E. Reishi Mushroom Supplements Review
101.O.N.E. Rhodiola Rosea Supplements Review
102.O.N.E. SAMe (S-adenosyl-methionine) Supplements Review
103.O.N.E. Toprol XL vs. Generic Metoprolol Succinate Extended-release (ER) Tablets Review
104.O.N.E. Breast Enhancement Supplements Review Article  *


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1.How do I choose the best CoQ10 supplement?  (in Comments)
2.I recently read that a gluten-free diet may increase your exposure to arsenic and mercury. Is this true?  (in Comments)
3.What is berberine? Can it really lower blood sugar? Are there any cautions? Which supplements are best?  (in Comments)
4.How do I choose the best probiotic supplement? There are so many different strains of bacteria!  (in Comments)
5.I have been having neurological symptoms, and a blood test showed I have toxic levels of vitamin B-6. My multivitamin contains 75 mg of B-6, but this is below the upper limit of 100 mg per day. Could my vitamin contain more than it lists?  (in Comments)
6.Can coconut water help with muscle cramps or restless legs syndrome?
7.Do either phosphatidylserine or phosphatidylcholine help with memory and cognition? How are these supplements different?  (in Comments)
8.How are you staying healthy during the coronavirus pandemic?  (in Comments)
9.I read that turmeric may be a GI irritant. I have GI problems and wonder if I should avoid turmeric and curcumin?  (in Comments)
10.Is it possible to get too much vitamin D?  (in Comments)
11.Is it true that taking turmeric/curcumin with food can reduce iron absorption from food?  (in Comments)
12.My doctor warned me that red yeast rice can cause liver damage - is that true?  (in Comments)
13.What is the difference between the "Best By" date and the "Date of Manufacture" on a supplement label? How do I know how long my supplement will last before it "goes bad"?  (in Comments)
14.Which supplements can cause diarrhea?  (in Comments)
15.Do Vital 3 collagen drops really help for joint pain?
16.I'm trying to pick a good multivitamin for my children and husband, and for myself. Any suggestions based on your research?  (in Comments)
17.Does coconut water help re-hydrate as well as sports drinks?
18.Someone told me that one Brazil nut can provide your entire recommended daily intake for vitamin E. Is that true?
19.What are the health benefits of black cumin seed (black seed) oil?
20.What is Pycnogenol and does it work?
21.Which supplements can help lower my triglycerides?
22.Are there any supplements I should avoid when taking aspirin or ibuprofen?  (in Comments)
23.Can lysine, vitamin B-12, or other vitamins or minerals help prevent or reduce canker sores?  (in Comments)
24.Can taking fish oil or calcium supplements increase my risk of prostate cancer? My doctor recommended that I stop taking them since I have an enlarged prostate.  (in Comments)
25.Do any supplements help for irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)?  (in Comments)
26.Do vitamin patches, such as for B12 or multivitamins, really work? How about those from PatchMD?
27.Do vitamins, minerals and nutritional supplements lose effectiveness with exposure to high temperatures and is it safe to order supplements by mail in the summer?  (in Comments)
28.How can I find the best quality extra virgin olive oil?  (in Comments)
29.I take a supplement containing a "proprietary formula" which lists many ingredients. Can ConsumerLab test the contents so I'll know the amounts of each ingredient?  (in Comments)
30.I've read that fish oil supplements may help with gout, but I've also been told to avoid oily fish because it can increase my uric acid levels. Are fish oil supplements safe for me to take and do they really help with gout?  (in Comments)
31.I've read that the best form of vitamin E is d-alpha tocopheryl succinate (it's recommended in the paleo diet, for example), but I don't see that listed on product labels. How can I find it?  (in Comments)
32.If I already take red yeast rice, would adding high-dose niacin help further reduce my cholesterol levels, and would this be safe?  (in Comments)
33.Is it possible to take too much vitamin C?  (in Comments)
34.Is Spirulina safe? I heard that it can contain toxins, such as BMAA and microcystin toxin.  (in Comments)
35.What is the best way to take melatonin to get a good night's sleep?  (in Comments)
36.What are the health benefits of olive oil?
37.What are the health benefits of tart cherry juice?
38.Can castor oil eye drops improve or dissolve cataracts?
39.After taking a curcumin supplement, I started getting chronic diarrhea which went away when I stopped taking it. Can curcumin supplements cause diarrhea?
40.Can CoQ10 or ubiquinol be ruined by heat? I recently purchased several bottles of Qunol Plus from Costco.com and they arrived hot. The soft gels are not melted, but I am concerned.  (in Comments)
41.Do any supplements help prevent sunburn or skin damage from sun exposure?
42.I am having trouble sleeping. I regularly take a multivitamin, fish oil, magnesium, calcium, vitamins D and K, and a protein supplement. I also take a low-dose blood pressure medication. Could any of these supplements be causing my insomnia?  (in Comments)
43.I take omeprazole (Prilosec), a proton pump inhibitor, to reduce stomach acid. Are there supplements I should avoid, or be taking, due to this drug?  (in Comments)
44.If I buy NAC as a loose powder in a large bag, as opposed to in tablet form, will it spoil? I've heard it can spoil or degrade into a harmful by-product.  (in Comments)
45.What are the health benefits of bone broth, and which bone broth is the best?  (in Comments)
46.Which oils can help lower my cholesterol and risk of heart attack? How are coconut oil, olive oil, and fish oil for example?  (in Comments)
47.Do any supplements help prevent or treat a cold?
48.What is Noopept? Can it really improve memory and cognition, and is it safe?
49.Which supplements can help me sleep?
50.Do any supplements help prevent or improve cataracts?
51.Do any supplements help with gum disease or periodontitis?
52.What are the health benefits of manuka honey, and is it safe?
53.What is monolaurin? Can it really prevent colds, cold sores, or other infections?
54.What is Protandim and does it really work?
55.What is the difference between fish oil and cod liver oil? Is one better than the other?
56.Which supplements are best for seasonal allergies?
57.A blood test showed my vitamin D level is low. How do I know how much vitamin D to take?  (in Comments)
58.A few weeks after starting acetyl-L-carnitine, I became so sluggish I could hardly function. Could this be due to the supplement?  (in Comments)
59.Are CoQ10 and ubiquinol safe to take for a long period of time? Should I give it a rest period?  (in Comments)
60.Are cranberry supplements helpful for men? Can they help with symptoms of an enlarged prostate, prostatitis, or urinary tract infections?
61.Can coconut water prevent or dissolve kidney stones?
62.Can glycine really help improve my sleep?
63.Can L-theanine help as a sleep aid? Will ConsumerLab.com be testing these supplements?  (in Comments)
64.Can prenatal vitamins have too much folic acid? Mine has 800 mcg, but isn't that more than what's recommended? Is this dangerous to me or my baby?  (in Comments)
65.Can vitamin supplements strengthen brittle nails?  (in Comments)
66.Do any supplements help for flu?  (in Comments)
67.Do any supplements help for tinnitus? Is it true that some supplements can cause tinnitus?  (in Comments)
68.Do any supplements help prevent or treat osteoporosis?  (in Comments)
69.Do collagen or hyaluronic acid supplements really help aging or wrinkled skin?  (in Comments)
70.Do CoQ10 levels really decrease with age?  (in Comments)
71.Do probiotics help with lactose intolerance?  (in Comments)
72.Does AZO Bladder Control really work for overactive bladder?
73.Does collagen taken as a supplement help with arthritis? I'm seeing it in products for joint health.  (in Comments)
74.Does glucosamine raise "bad" LDL cholesterol?  (in Comments)
75.How does regular black pepper compare with black pepper extract used in supplements? Will sprinkling it on food with turmeric help increase the bioavailability of curcumin compounds from turmeric?
76.How much calcium from supplements is too much?  (in Comments)
77.I asked the distributor of my cacao powder how it checks for metals. They say they do "foreign material detection" to capture "metal fragments." Is this adequate for checking cacao and cocoa for heavy metals, like cadmium, which you've found in other products?  (in Comments)
78.I recently read that turmeric is only effective if it is combined with black pepper. Is this true?  (in Comments)
79.I thought resveratrol came from red wine or grape skins - what is the "Polygonum cuspidatum" I see listed on my supplement?  (in Comments)
80.I've been using a lutein supplement with 40 mg of lutein and am concerned that this dose may be too high. Are there known harmful side-effects?  (in Comments)
81.I've read about several different forms of SAMe. Is one form better than another?
82.Is aloe an effective remedy for dry eye?  (in Comments)
83.Is it best to take probiotic supplements with or without food? It seems like everyone has a different recommendation.  (in Comments)
84.Is it okay to break vitamin tablets, pills or capsules to change the dose or make them easier to swallow?
85.Once I've taken probiotics for a few months, will the positive bacteria remain in my system, or do I have to keep taking them?  (in Comments)
86.Sometimes my powdered supplements get clumpy. Should I be concerned?
87.What are omega-7 fatty acids? Do I need to take these if I already take fish oil?
88.What are the benefits of grape seed extract?  (in Comments)
89.What are the health benefits of grapefruit seed extract (GSE)? Is it safe?
90.What are the side effects of curcumin and turmeric?  (in Comments)
91.What is UC-II and does it help joints?  (in Comments)
92.What's really in supplements for "adrenal support" and "adrenal fatigue"? Do they work and are they safe?  (in Comments)
93.When is the best time to take probiotics to prevent diarrhea from antibiotics - before, during, or after the course of antibiotic treatment?  (in Comments)
94.Which dark chocolate bar has the most flavanols with the least calories?
95.Which supplements have been shown to be helpful for autism?
96.Why does my multivitamin make me nauseous? Is there anything that can help?  (in Comments)
97.Can beetroot juice improve my workout performance?
98.Do diamine oxidase (DAO) supplements for histamine intolerance really work?
99.Do magnesium creams, sprays and oils help with muscle pain and cramps? How about supplements?
100.Does Gynostemma pentaphyllum really work as an AMPK activator and help for diabetes?
101.How much bone broth do I need to consume in order to get a benefit?
102.To avoid mercury, I tried skipjack tuna instead of albacore, but I didn't like the taste. Is it safe to continue to eat albacore if just once a week?
103.What is Prelief? Does it really help for heartburn and/or bladder pain from acidic foods?
104.What is shilajit? Does it have any proven health benefits, and is heavy metal contamination a concern?
105.What is the difference between fish oil and krill oil? Is one better than the other?
106.Which supplements are helpful for age-related macular degeneration (AMD)?
107.Are enteric coated supplements better than non-enteric coated ones?
108.Have you evaluated a multivitamin by Vita Logic called Daily Extra?
109.How concerned should I be about glyphosate in foods and supplements?
110.I'm taking Lumiday, a supplement to improve mood. It seems to help me but is it safe?
111.What is PQQ? Does it help with aging and memory? Is it similar to CoQ10?
112.Will 7-keto DHEA help me lose weight?
113.After developing kidney stones, I was told to avoid tea -- but recently I've heard that green tea might actually be helpful for kidney stones. Is that true?  (in Comments)
114.Are red yeast rice supplements legally permitted to contain statins, like lovastatin, since these are drugs?  (in Comments)
115.Are there any red flags to look for on the label when choosing a fish oil supplement?  (in Comments)
116.Can chocolate and cocoa powder cause eczema?
117.Can I get the new coronavirus (2019-nCoV) from supplements from China?
118.Can supplements with antioxidants like beta-carotene and vitamins A and E cause you to die sooner?  (in Comments)
119.Can taking N-acetylcysteine (NAC) supplements reduce my risk of liver damage from acetaminophen?  (in Comments)
120.Do I need to divide my daily 300 mg dose of CoQ10 into smaller doses, or can I take it all at once?
121.Does Prevagen really improve memory?
122.Does turmeric/curcumin help for osteoarthritis in dogs and cats? Is it safe?  (in Comments)
123.I bought a lactose-free milk that is "calcium-fortified" and provides 50% of the Daily Value for calcium. Is that too much calcium?
124.I have to be careful about my sodium intake. Could my glucosamine and chondroitin supplement contain hidden sodium?
125.I heard somewhere to avoid chocolate with "processed with alkali" in the ingredients. Is that true?
126.I read that aging lowers the body's capacity to produce vitamin D. Even regular sun exposure will not suffice and one may have to take a vitamin D3 supplement during old age to meet our body's regular requirements. Please comment on this.
127.I'm worried that I'm not getting enough potassium in my diet, but potassium supplements only seem to provide a very small dose -- much less than what we are supposed to get on a daily basis. Why is this, and how can increase my daily intake?  (in Comments)
128.I've heard that having low B-12 or B-6 can cause depression. Is that true?
129.Is it safer to get calcium from foods than from supplements? How about from calcium-fortified orange juice and non-dairy milks?  (in Comments)
130.Is it true that fish oil is better absorbed when taken with a fatty meal?
131.Is it true that I need to drink more water or increase calcium intake when supplementing with protein powder?  (in Comments)
132.Is it true that low-carb or Mediterranean diets help for gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD)?
133.Is it true that most coffee is contaminated with mold?
134.Is it true that there are bits of plastic in drinking water and specialty salts? How concerned should I be?
135.Is Modified Citrus Pectin (MCP) helpful for prostate or breast cancer?
136.What are the health benefits of black garlic?
137.What are the health benefits of holy basil extract?
138.What is carrageenan? Should I be concerned that it is an ingredient in my supplement?
139.When taking a statin drug like Lipitor or Crestor, are there supplements I should avoid or take?  (in Comments)
140.Will pregnenolone help slow down aging?  (in Comments)
141.I'm interested in using Himalayan salt. What are the health benefits with it and other specialty salts? Are there contaminants in these salts?
142.What are phytoceramides? Do phytoceramide supplements really work to improve aging skin?
143.What are the best supplements for depression and anxiety?
144.Which supplements can help lower or control my blood sugar?
145.Which supplements can help to lower blood pressure?
146.A tea called Throat Coat made me lethargic and I was found to have low potassium. Is this a known problem? I was drinking 5 cups a day.
147.Can I use a home test for mercury to check for mercury in fish, like canned tuna, fresh fish, and sushi?
148.Does taking one slow-release calcium tablet of 600 mg (such as Citracal) per day pose a risk for heart disease?
149.Have you heard of the probiotic, Keybiotics? Does it do what it claims, and is it worth the money they charge?
150.How can the Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) for magnesium be higher than the Upper Tolerable Intake Level (UL)? That is, how can an amount which is healthful also put you at risk for harm?
151.I find labels of some supplement bottles misleading. For example, an L-theanine label says 200 mg on the front but the back says each pill contains just 100 mg, noting that a serving is 2 capsules. Is this legal?
152.I want to try yacon syrup because I've heard it is helpful for weight loss, but there are so many brands to choose from. How do I find a quality brand?
153.I've tried a number of fish oil supplements, all of which make me nauseous. What is the best non-fish alternative? I am primarily interested in getting EPA.
154.Is it true that there is no point in taking fish oil supplements for heart health?
155.What is BioSil? Can it really increase collagen production and strengthen hair, skin, nails and bones?
156.Which supplements help to improve energy and decrease fatigue?
157.Why is there so much cadmium, a toxin, in cocoa powders but not in dark chocolate?
158.Are there any serious side effects with Lovaza or Epanova (prescription fish oil)? If so, would these also apply to generic versions of these drugs and to fish oil supplements?  (in Comments)
159.Can apple cider vinegar really lower blood sugar or help me lose weight?  (in Comments)
160.Can lemon juice or lemonade reduce my chances of getting kidney stones?
161.Can vitamin K2 really help decrease calcium in the arteries?
162.Does arnica gel, cream, or spray reduce bruising, pain, or swelling?
163.Does Carditone work to lower blood pressure?
164.Does heat kill coronavirus (COVID-19)?  (in Comments)
165.How does white tea compare to green tea and black tea in terms of antioxidant catechins? How about caffeine levels and lead contamination?
166.I eat one to two cups of Greek yogurt every day. Do I still need to take a probiotic supplement?
167.I live in Canada. Does ConsumerLab.com ever test Canadian products?
168.I take St. John's wort for depression. Your report notes that it can interact with other medications. Would taking it several hours apart from other meds avoid this interaction?
169.I thought the B vitamins were all water soluble and did not build up in the body, so you would not build up toxic levels. Am I wrong?  (in Comments)
170.Is it better to take fish oil, flaxseed oil -- or both?  (in Comments)
171.Is it safe to consume fish oil as a long-term food supplement?  (in Comments)
172.Is it safe to take curcumin or turmeric supplements for a long period of time?
173.Is it true that calcium citrate increases the absorption of aluminum?  (in Comments)
174.Is it true that oat cereals, like Cheerios, oatmeal, oatflakes and steel-cut oats can be contaminated with a toxin?
175.Is it true that taking a statin drug negates the benefits of taking fish oil supplements?  (in Comments)
176.Is there a multivitamin that contains only the recommended daily vitamins and minerals? Most that I have looked at contain more.  (in Comments)
177.Should I be worried that my supplement contains "caramel coloring IV"? I've heard that it has been linked to cancer.
178.Some websites are highly critical of magnesium stearate, which is in many supplements. Is this substance toxic and should I avoid it?
179.What are CoQ10 side effects?  (in Comments)
180.What are the side effects of red yeast rice?  (in Comments)
181.What is Lutigold Lutein? And why is the capsule of one brand of lutein so much larger than that of another brand, if the amount of lutein on the label is the same?
182.What is the best way to take curcumin? Is it better to take it all at once or in divided doses?  (in Comments)
183.What is the difference between natural and synthetic astaxanthin?
184.Which supplements can cause constipation?
185.Are plant-based calcium supplements, like AlgaeCal, better than regular calcium supplements?
186.As vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin, why is it necessary to take it every day?
187.Can beetroot juice or supplements help lower my blood pressure?
188.Can fisetin, also called Cognisetin and Novusetin, really improve memory?
189.Can I just stop taking alpha lipoic acid, or do I need to taper down?
190.Can I trust ConsumerLab.com? How are its tests paid for?
191.Can taking too much vitamin B-12 be dangerous? The label on my B-complex states it contains 50,000% of the Daily Value!
192.Do any supplements help for hair loss?
193.Do any supplements help with nerve pain, like sciatica or diabetic neuropathy?
194.Do reishi mushroom supplements boost the immune system, or have other health benefits?
195.Do water filters remove microplastics from tap water?
196.Do you have any advice on how to find trusted pharmacies to refill my cholesterol medicine in Canada?  (in Comments)
197.Does CoQ10 reduce wrinkles, increase skin elasticity, or tighten the skin? Are there any other supplements that can help?
198.Have any supplements been shown to increase women's libido?
199.How do the Beyond Burger, the Impossible Burger, and a beef burger compare in terms of vitamins and minerals, and which is best?
200.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?
201.I have heard that nascent iodine may be better than regular iodine or potassium iodide for thyroid support. Is this true, and what exactly is nascent iodine?  (in Comments)
202.I have IBS and don't want to take medication if I can help it. I've heard that peppermint works for IBS, but is there good research to support this?
203.I have milk allergy and can't eat dairy. What's the best way for me to get calcium?
204.I take levothyroxine (Synthroid), a thyroid hormone to treat hypothyroidism. Are there supplements I should avoid, or be taking, due to this drug?
205.I'm a middle-aged healthy woman who gets occasional urinary tract infections. I heard that cranberry juice or cranberry supplements can help prevent the condition. Is this true?
206.Is fish oil safe? Is it contaminated with mercury and PCBs?  (in Comments)
207.Is Hershey's Special Dark better than other dark chocolate bars or cocoa powders?
208.Is hyaluronic acid helpful for osteoarthritis?  (in Comments)
209.Is ingesting colloidal silver helpful for any condition and is it safe to use? I'm seeing it promoted for many applications.
210.Is it safe to take melatonin when taking prescription sedatives or sleep aids like lorazepam (Ativan) or zolpidem (Ambien)?  (in Comments)
211.Is kratom too dangerous to use?  (in Comments)
212.Is there evidence that d-limonene can help fight cancer?
213.Just one dose of a horse chestnut extract (standardized to 20% aescin) caused me to have significant nausea and vomiting. Might there be a problem with the product?
214.Now that it was shown that Ginkgo biloba is not an effective memory enhancer, are there any other health enhancing benefits from taking it, and, if so, what dose should one take daily?
215.What is lunasin and does it really reduce cholesterol?
216.What is Skinny Fiber and does it really work? I see that glucomannan is a key ingredient. What is that?
217.Which is the best form of magnesium to take - one that contains the most magnesium and is best absorbed?
218.Which supplements are important after bariatric surgery (i.e., weight loss or stomach-reducing surgery)? Are there any I should avoid?
219.Which supplements help for osteoarthritis of the hip?
220.Which vitamins and minerals should be taken together or separately?
221.With herbal supplements, what is the difference between root powder and root extract? Does it matter?  (in Comments)
222.With probiotics, how many CFUs should I look for as the dose? Is more necessarily better?
223.Are there vitamins or supplements that can reduce my risk of breast cancer? Do any increase cancer risk?
224.Can white kidney bean extract really help me lose weight?
225.Does Restore (Bionic Sciences LLC) really improve gut health? What is in Restore?
226.Is there a risk of liver toxicity with certain supplements?
227.What are the health benefits of stevia? Is it safe?
228.What are the nutritional benefits of avocado oil? Is it healthier than olive oil?
229.What is Brain Bright and can it really improve memory or cognition?
230.What is graviola? Can it really help fight cancer?
231.What is inositol hexaphosphate (IP6)? Can it really prevent or treat cancer?
232.Which supplements reduce the risk of stroke? Which increase the risk of stroke?
233.Are lozenges and sublingual pills considered dietary supplements?
234.Are there drug interactions with magnesium supplements?
235.Being over 50 years old, I'm looking to take a vitamin B-12 supplement. I see that many contain a form of vitamin B-12 called cyanocobalamin, yet I read on the Internet that this form is toxic. Should I be concerned?
236.Can baking soda really help treat rheumatoid arthritis?
237.Can heat and humidity destroy whey protein and other sports nutrition supplements (e.g., creatine, BCAAs, digestive enzymes) during shipping or while storing at home?
238.Can I take CoQ10 at the same time as my statin, or should I take them separately?
239.Coromega Max claims it is uniquely emulsified to provide 300% better absorption than standard fish oil softgels. Is this true? It's more expensive than many fish oils but could potentially provide better overall value.
240.For two years, I used a red yeast rice brand which ConsumerLab.com's report showed to contain the highest amount of lovastatin. With just one pill per day, it kept my cholesterol lower (down to 205 from 260 before starting). I switched to a supermarket store brand because it was cheaper and my cholesterol jumped to 278 (taking 2 pills per day)! I don't think the store brand had anything in it -- is that possible? Can you test it?
241.How can I find out where a vitamin or supplement is made and where its ingredients come from, such as China or the USA?
242.How can I get the equivalent of 20 ml of extra virgin olive oil (4 teaspoons) as oleic acid capsules?
243.How much caffeine is really in dark chocolate bars?
244.How much dark chocolate equals a tablespoon of cocoa powder?
245.How much fat is there in chocolate? Is it saturated fat?
246.I have type 2 diabetes. Should I be concerned about ingredients like maltodextrin and maltitol that are found in some protein bars and drinks?
247.I take ubiquinol to replenish CoQ10 depleted by my statin. I also take curcumin (from turmeric). Since they both manage free radicals, do I need to take the curcumin?
248.I was told I have a MTHFR gene mutation. What do I need to know about taking B vitamins?  (in Comments)
249.I'm thinking of changing my multivitamin, but the one I'm considering doesn't contain molybdenum. Most others have it. How important is molybdenum?
250.I've been taking a Daily Advantage multi but am now concerned by the very high % DV for vitamin C (833% DV), niacin (325% DV), and B vitamins (over 1,000% DV for several). The company tells me this formula is based on clinical experience and the scientific literature. What do you think?
251.I've heard that rice has high levels of arsenic. Does that mean rice bran oil does too?
252.Is echium oil a good alternative to fish oil? I am allergic to fish.
253.Is it true that drinking a small amount of hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) with water can kill bacteria in the urinary tract or help in other ways? Is this safe -- or is it dangerous?
254.Is it true that taking calcium supplements increases the risk of developing age-related macular degeneration (AMD)?
255.Is quercetin helpful for a specific condition? I see it as an ingredient in several different types of supplements.
256.Is sublingual vitamin B-12 really better than the pill form?
257.Lovaza, a prescription omega-3 fish oil, is very expensive. Can I get the same omega-3 oils from a supplement that costs less?
258.Must I take amino acid supplements on an empty stomach? Can I take them with other amino acids or with food to help with swallowing capsules?
259.My dog is getting older and his veterinarian recently recommended giving him a glucosamine supplement for his joints. Has ConsumerLab.com tested these, or other supplements for pets?
260.My HDL (good) cholesterol level is low. Should I take niacin to raise my HDLs?  (in Comments)
261.Tablets I purchased are becoming "crumbly" after a few weeks and are easy to break. Is there a problem with this supplement?
262.The maker of my multivitamin says it doesn't include folic acid because too much from supplements can be harmful. Is that true?
263.What are natural remedies for coronavirus (COVID-19)? Do supplements like zinc, vitamin C, or herbals work?
264.What are the side effects of melatonin supplements?  (in Comments)
265.What is the difference between CoQ10 and ubiquinol?
266.Which supplements can help with arthritis?
267.Can D-mannose help prevent urinary tract infections?
268.Can taking too much fish oil be dangerous?
269.Can taking too much vitamin B-6 be dangerous? The label on my multivitamin states it contains 2000% of the Daily Value!
270.Do any supplements help prevent or reduce eye floaters?
271.Does D-aspartic acid boost testosterone levels?
272.Does taking curcumin and boswellia together increase their individual anti-inflammatory effects?
273.How does turmeric spice compare to curcumin (turmeric extract) in supplements? I sprinkle it on my foods and wonder if that's equivalent to taking a supplement.
274.I drink organic milk with added DHA Omega-3, but it is expensive. Is it worth paying extra for the added DHA?
275.I have low blood pressure. Are there any supplements I should avoid?
276.I purchased a supplement with a warning label indicating that it contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm, but there is no information explaining why. Do you know?
277.I would like to try gotu kola for varicose veins but I've heard it's not safe to take. Is that true?
278.Is it better to buy supplements which are combination formulas or single-ingredient?
279.Is it better to eat farmed salmon or wild salmon? Which one has more omega-3s and less contamination with PCBs, mercury, etc.?
280.What are the side effects of magnesium supplements?  (in Comments)
281.What is the benefit of magnesium orotate compared to other forms of magnesium?
282.Are lithium orotate supplements as effective and safe as prescription lithium for bipolar disease and depression?
283.Are there drug interactions with curcumin or turmeric?
284.Are there negative interactions between the following supplements I take twice each day, as well as 60 mg of beta-sitosterol with dinner: Vitamin C (500 mg), CoQ10 (100 mg), grape seed extract (100 mg), fish oil (500 mg), vitamin D3/calcium/magnesium/zinc (200 IU/333 mg/113 mg/5mg)?
285.Are there supplements I should avoid when taking apixaban (Eliquis) or similar blood thinner drugs?
286.Are there supplements that can reduce prostate size?
287.Can bloodroot or "black salve" treat skin cancer? Is it safe?
288.Can eating almonds reduce wrinkles?
289.Can I take cholesterol-lowering statin medication with green tea?
290.Do any supplements help for restless legs syndrome?
291.Do any supplements help relieve stress?
292.Do any supplements help with migraines?
293.Do any supplements really help with brain function, like memory and cognition?
294.Do arnica pills really work to prevent bruising?
295.Do Sugar Bear Hair Vitamins make hair shine, nails stronger, and help both to grow? They taste good but are super expensive.
296.Does taking a laxative interfere with the absorption of vitamins or minerals?
297.How do I choose the best magnesium supplement?
298.I do moderate exercise for about an hour a few times a week. Which supplements might help me?
299.I enjoy oat milk in my coffee, but how healthy is it for me?
300.I take a number of supplements and I think they are making my acid reflux worse. Which supplements could be causing my stomach irritation, and what can I do about it?
301.I was surprised when my doctor told me to stop taking supplements because my kidney function was low. But after stopping the supplements, my kidney function returned to normal. Can taking a lot of supplements really damage the kidneys?
302.I've heard that grapefruit juice can interact with medications because it inhibits an enzyme that breaks down drugs in the body. Do any supplements interact the same way with drugs?
303.I've heard that soaking dried beans for 24 hours reduces the phytate level, allowing for greater access to nutrients. Is this true?
304.Is CBD oil (cannabidiol) effective and safe? Is it legal?
305.Is drinking coffee good or bad for heart health?
306.Is it okay to buy supplements as tablets? I've heard that tablets may go through our system without dissolving. Is there any way to know whether tablets will properly dissolve?
307.Is it true that magnesium bisglycinate from BioSchwartz is less likely to cause a laxative effect than other forms of magnesium?
308.Is it true that some vitamins or supplements can cause cancer?
309.Is Rhodiola rosea effective for depression and does it have other uses? Will ConsumerLab.com be testing these supplements?
310.Is there a difference between taking vitamin D in the dry form versus the oil capsules? Is one better than the other?
311.Is there an accurate test for magnesium deficiency?
312.What are the benefits of calcium-d-glucarate?
313.What are the health benefits of coconut oil and medium chain triglycerides, such as those used in Bulletproof Coffee?
314.What is benfotiamine and can it really improve or prevent complications from diabetes?  (in Comments)
315.What is CELLFOOD and is it a healthy supplement?
316.What Is Marine-D3 and does it live up to anti-aging claims?
317.What is serrapeptase and does it work?
318.What is the difference between cocoa and cacao? Is one better than the other?
319.What is the difference between the RDA and the DV for vitamins and minerals?
320.What supplements should I stop taking before surgery?
321.When is the best time of day to take a multivitamin?
322.Which dietary supplements and health foods contain high levels of lead?
323.Which supplements are helpful to have when traveling? Any tips on how to best store supplements on trips?
324.Which supplements can help lower cholesterol and keep my heart healthy? Are there any to avoid?
325.Which supplements can help with indigestion and/or heartburn?
326.Which vitamins and supplements are good for acne, and are there any that make it worse?
327.Why aren't there children's multivitamins specifically for girls vs. boys?
328.Why is iron not in many multivitamins? How can I find one that does contain iron?
329.Do any supplements reduce side of effects of chemotherapy?
330.Do brain games and apps really work and improve memory?
331.Does Alpha Brain really improve memory, focus and cognition?
332.Is canola oil good or bad for you? I heard it can be toxic.
333.Is it better to get vitamins from foods or supplements, and are natural vitamins better than synthetic vitamins?
334.What is acrylamide? Is it true that coffee and cocoa contain this toxin?
335.What is lactoferrin and will it really strengthen my immune system?
336.Which "whole food" multivitamins are only from foods and don't include synthetic vitamins? What can you tell from the labels of these products: Complete Foods Nutrition-OctoMega MultiVitamin; Sunwarrior Raw Vitamins; Garden of LIfe-MyKind Organics; Nature's Brands-PhytoVitamins; Doctors' Research MultiVitamin?
337.Which are the best non-prescription hearing aids? Are any of these low-cost devices as good as more expensive, prescription hearing aids?


Clinical Updates Found:
2020 CoQ10 Bioavailability (03/21/2020)
CoQ10 Bioavailability
CoQ10 is not well absorbed unless taken with fats or oils, such as with a meal. Bioavailability-enhanced formulations allow CoQ10 to be taken without a meal, but how good are they? We’ve added new information about one such formula and how it compares to taking regular CoQ10 in the Absorption and Bioavailability Enhancers section of the CoQ10 and Ubiquinol Supplements Review. Also see our Top Picks for CoQ10 and ubiquinol.
 When to Eat Protein (03/21/2020)
When to Eat Protein
Some evidence indicates that it is best to distribute protein across meals throughout the day to maximize protein production in muscle. A recent study suggests that there is one meal when protein intake could be higher for nearly everyone, and there is another meal when older people particularly fall short. For details see the When to Take section of the Protein Powder and Drinks Review. Also see our Top Picks for protein powders and drinks.
 Fish Oil and Heart Disease (03/07/2020)
Fish Oil and Heart Disease
Many studies have assessed the potential benefits of taking fish oil supplements. Results have been conflicting, but one of the largest and longest-term studies was recently published. See what it found in the What It Does section of the Fish Oil Supplements Review. Also see our general recommendations for using fish oil for heart health and check out our Top Picks for fish oil supplements.
 Vitamin K for Bone Density? (02/18/2020)
Vitamin K for Bone Density?
Vitamin K (as MK-7) was given daily for one year to older men and women to see if it would improve bone mineral density. Some also received vitamin D and calcium. Find out if it helped, as well as the results of related studies, in the What It Does section of the Vitamin K Supplements Review. Also see our Top Picks among vitamin K supplements.
 Glucosamine and Blood Sugar (02/08/2020)
Glucosamine and Blood Sugar
Glucosamine (used to treat osteoarthritis) is a type of sugar, so does its daily use affect blood sugar levels and one's risk of developing diabetes? Find out in the Concerns and Cautions section of the Joint Health Review. Also see our Top Picks for Glucosamine, Chondroitin, MSM, and Boswellia supplements.
 Avoid Quality Problems With Fish Oil (02/07/2020)
Avoid Quality Problems With Fish Oil
Nearly half of 17 popular fish oil supplements tested in a recently published study did not meet at least one of the quality criteria for freshness or content. Interestingly, two that passed testing were Approved by ConsumerLab, but none that failed were CL Approved. For details, see the Quality Concerns section of the Fish Oil Supplements Review. Also see our Top Picks for fish and marine oils.
 Fish Oils Not Equal on Cardio Benefit (01/18/2020)
Fish Oils Not Equal on Cardio Benefit
High-dose, highly-concentrated fish oil is known to lower triglycerides in people with elevated levels. One prescription product was even shown to lower the risk of cardiovascular events in such people. However, a clinical trial of another fish oil was recently stopped due to its low likelihood of providing this benefit. Learn how these products differ and how fish oil supplements compare to them in the Prescription Fish Oil vs. Supplements section of the Fish Oil Review. Also see our Top Picks for fish oil and other marine omega-3 supplements.
 CBD Cream for Pain? (01/03/2020)
CBD Cream for Pain?
People suffering peripheral neuropathy in their legs and feet applied CBD cream or placebo for one month. Did it help? Find out in the Topical CBD section of our CBD Review. Also see our Top Picks among creams, oils, and other CBD products.
2019 Glucosamine & Chondroitin -- How They May Work (12/07/2019)
Glucosamine & Chondroitin -- How They May Work
A recent study suggests that one way glucosamine and chondroitin may work is through the gut. For details, see the What It Does section of the Joint Health Supplements Review (Glucosamine, Chondroitin, MSM and Boswellia). Also see our Top Picks among products.
 Green Tea & Stroke (11/12/2019)
Green Tea & Stroke
Studies have found green tea consumption to be associated with a decreased risk of stroke. However, a recent study found this to be the case for only for one gender. For details, see the What It Does section of the Green Tea Review. Also see our Top Picks for green tea.
 Has UC-II Collagen Changed? (07/16/2019)
Has UC-II Collagen Changed?
UC-II is an undenatured collagen that may reduce knee pain. However, one of the more recent studies reported that it contained much less collagen than reported in earlier studies. Has UC-II changed? Find out in our updated answer to the question: What is UC-II and does it help joints?
 Licorice Tea Caution (05/31/2019)
Licorice Tea Caution
Be careful with licorice tea because it can cause serious side effects, as recently happened to a man who drank one to two cups daily. Get more details in our answer about licorice tea.
 Right Amount of D for Cognition (02/19/2019)
Right Amount of D for Cognition
Three different doses of vitamin D were given to older women in a one-year study of cognition. Find out which dose resulted in the best performance on cognitive tests in the What It Does section of the Vitamin D Supplements Review. Also see our Top Picks for vitamin D.
2018 CBD for Anxiety (10/23/2018)
CBD for Anxiety
CBD taken 90 minutes before public speaking reduced anxiety without side effects in a recent clinical trial – although it only worked at one of the three doses studied. For details, see the What It Does section of the CBD and Hemp Extract Supplements Review. (Also see our Top Picks among products.)
 Fish Oil Drug May Help (09/25/2018)
Fish Oil Drug May Help
High doses of fish oil highly-concentrated in EPA and/or DHA are known to lower elevated triglycerides. But can they reduce the risk of cardiac events, such as heart attack? Preliminary results from a new study suggest that one product can – at least in certain people. Get the details in the Prescription Fish Oil vs. Supplements section of the Fish Oil Supplements Review. (Also see our Top Picks among fish oil supplements.)
 Vitamin C and Prostate Cancer (09/22/2018)
Vitamin C and Prostate Cancer
Does taking vitamin C reduce the chance of developing prostate cancer? Find out what studies are showing, including one reported this month, in the What It Does section of the Vitamin C Supplements Review. (Also learn about vitamin C and cataracts and see our Top Picks for vitamin C.)
 Probiotic Concern (08/21/2018)
Probiotic Concern
While probiotics are generally safe, they can cause severe illness in people with certain medical conditions. There have been many case reports, including one published this month. For details see the Concerns and Cautions section of the Probiotic Supplements Review.
 Too Much Coconut Water? (07/17/2018)
Too Much Coconut Water?
Drinking too much coconut water can be dangerous, particularly for certain people. Get the details in the Concerns and Cautions section of the Coconut Waters Review. (Also see our tests and comparisons of popular coconut waters.)
 What Niagen Does (04/03/2018)
What Niagen Does
Niagen (nicotinamide riboside) has been promoted as an anti-aging supplement. Find out what's been shown in clinical studies, including one published recently, in the Niacin section of the B Vitamin Supplements Review.
 Lead in Maca Powder (02/03/2018)
Lead in Maca Powder
A woman in California who was taking maca powder daily to treat fatigue found it was also increasing the concentration of lead in her blood. More concerning is that the amount of lead in her maca was only 1/3 the lead level in one of the popular maca powders tested by ConsumerLab.com. Get the details, and find out which maca supplements passed or failed ConsumerLab.com’s tests in the Maca Supplements Review.
2017 Vitamin D and Cardiovascular Disease (11/21/2017)
Vitamin D and Cardiovascular Disease
Can high doses of vitamin D improve cardiovascular function? A large, one-year study in England recently sought to answer this question. Learn what the researchers discovered in the "What It Does" section of the Vitamin D Supplements Review (which includes our Top Picks for vitamin D supplements).
 Best form of B12? (10/29/2017)
Best form of B12?
It’s important for many older adults and people using medications that reduce stomach acid to take a vitamin B12 supplement. Three different forms of B12 are sold. A recent study suggests that one may be better than another. Get the details in the B12 (cobalamin) section of the B Vitamin Supplements Review >> [Also see our Top Pick for B12 supplements in the Review.]
 Does Lutein Help? (10/01/2017)
Does Lutein Help?
Lutein is an antioxidant that helps protect the retina of the eye and can slow the progression of macular degeneration. But does taking lutein help if you already have normal macular density? Two studies have “looked” at this question (including one published this week) and, you can “see” the answer in the “What It Does” section of Vision Supplements (Lutein & Zeaxanthin) Review >>
 Turmeric for Arthritis? (09/06/2017)
Turmeric for Arthritis?
Curcumin (from turmeric) has shown promise in reducing the pain and inflammation of rheumatoid arthritis in several small studies, including one that was recently published. However, larger studies are needed to prove this benefit. Details are found in the "What It Does" section of the Turmeric and Curcumin Supplements Review (which includes our Top Picks among products).
 Magnesium Cream? (08/06/2017)
Magnesium Cream?
Is rubbing a cream into your skin a good way to get magnesium? We reviewed several studies of magnesium creams or sprays, including one just recently published. See what we found in the "What It Does" section of the Magnesium Supplements Review -- which includes our Top Picks among magnesium supplements.
 Vitamin D2 or D3? (07/09/2017)
Vitamin D2 or D3?
Although both the D2 and D3 forms of vitamin D can raise blood levels of vitamin D, a new study showed one to be significantly better than the other – and there are some interesting explanations for this. Learn more in the "What to Consider When Using" section of the Vitamin D Supplements Review, which includes our Top Picks.
 What Iron Supplements Can and Cannot Do (05/18/2017)
What Iron Supplements Can and Cannot Do
Iron supplements can reduce fatigue in younger women and even improve learning in adolescent girls. If you give blood, taking iron reduces your time to recover by more than one month. However, a recent study found little benefit in giving iron to heart failure patients low in iron. Researchers have an idea why. For details about the uses of iron, see the "What It Does" section of the Iron Supplements Review, which includes our tests and comparisons of popular iron supplements.
 Probiotics and Weight? (02/13/2017)
Probiotics and Weight?
Several studies, including a recent one in Brazil, suggest that probiotics can help with weight reduction or other aspects of slimming. The studies published to-date, however, have limitations. For more details, see the "What It Does" section of the Probiotics Supplements Review (which includes our tests of products) >>
 Many Benefits of Magnesium (02/04/2017)
Many Benefits of Magnesium
An analysis of studies involving more than one million people found that rates of stroke, heart failure, type 2 diabetes, and death were lower when intakes of magnesium were higher. For details see the "What It Does" section of the Magnesium Supplements Review (which includes our tests of products) >>
 Side-Effect With B-12 (01/20/2017)
Side-Effect With B-12
Certain formulations of vitamin B-12 contain additional ingredients that can cause diarrhea and bloating in some people – particularly if taking more than one pill. An apparent case of this was reported to us this week. To help you avoid this, read the details in the "What CL Found" section of the B Vitamin Supplements Review (which includes our tests of products) >>
2016 Too Much Folate & Nerve Damage (10/22/2016)
Too Much Folate & Nerve Damage
One quarter of American men and women have a gene variation which puts them at higher risk of nerve damage if consuming too much of folate (vitamin B-9) daily, according to a new study. Considering that most older Americans consume more than this amount (largely due to excessive supplement use) this should be a warning to many. For more details, see the "Folate" section of the B Vitamins Review >>
 Niagen Form of Niacin May Cause Flushing (10/11/2016)
Niagen Form of Niacin May Cause Flushing
Niacin is known to cause flushing (redness) and skin tingling at moderate doses. Other forms of niacin are said cause less flushing. One of these is Niagen. However, results of a recently published study suggest that it can cause flushing and "hotness" after just a single dose. More details are in the "Niacin" section of the B Vitamin Supplements Review >>
 Is Ester-C Better? (08/03/2016)
Is Ester-C Better?
One of the forms of vitamin C in supplements is Ester-C. In addition to being non-acidic, a recent study suggests another possible benefit over regular vitamin C (ascorbic acid). Get more information about this and other forms of vitamin C in the "ConsumerTips" section of the Vitamin C Supplements Review >>
 Vitamin D and Cancer (04/20/2016)
Vitamin D and Cancer
Several studies, including one published this month, show that sufficient levels of vitamin D in the body are associated with decreased risk of various forms of cancer. What’s the best level? See "Cancer" in the What It Does section of the Vitamin D Supplements Review >>
 Fish Oil Helps in Schizophrenia (01/26/2016)
Fish Oil Helps in Schizophrenia
A study found that concentrated fish oil greatly reduced symptoms in more people who had recently experienced a first episode of schizophrenia than did a placebo. The greatest effect was on depressive symptoms, which is consistent with other studies which have shown fish oil to reduce depression, particularly in people who do not regularly eat fish.

This impact on depression has also been suggested as one reason why fish oil has shown some benefit in people with cognitive decline. Details about the studies and products used, including our tests and reviews of similar fish oil supplements, are found in the Fish Oil and Omega-3 Fatty Acid Supplements Review >>
2015 Melatonin for Itchy Skin (11/29/2015)
Melatonin for Itchy Skin
Atopic dermatitis is an itchy inflammation of the skin, affecting up to 10% of adults and 30% of children. A recent study in children and adolescents with atopic dermatitis found that taking melatonin modestly reduced symptoms and, not surprisingly, reduced the time needed to fall asleep. For details about this and other uses of melatonin, as well our reviews of available melatonin supplements (including several similar to the one studied), see the Melatonin Supplements Review >>
 Adequate Vitamin D Reduces Frequent Respiratory Infections (09/20/2015)
Adequate Vitamin D Reduces Frequent Respiratory Infections
A study in people with frequent respiratory infections found that taking vitamin D for one year resulted in fewer infections than taking placebo. In contrast, a similar study did not find a benefit. Why the difference? Find out in the Vitamin D Supplements Review >>
 Adding Vitamin D to Statin Treatment (05/27/2015)
Adding Vitamin D to Statin Treatment
A recent study among people taking statin medication for high cholesterol showed significant improvements in cholesterol levels when daily vitamin D was added as treatment. Improvements were greatest among those who began with lower blood levels of vitamin D. More details, along with our reviews of products similar to the one used in this study, are found in the Vitamin D Supplements Review >>
2014 Prebiotic for Reducing Anxiety? (12/07/2014)
Prebiotic for Reducing Anxiety?
We’ve reported in the past that some probiotic bacteria may help reduce anxiety. A new study suggests that one type of prebiotic powder (which helps probiotic bacteria grow) has a related beneficial effect. See the update in the Probiotic Supplements Review >> 
 Dark Chocolate Improves Walking in Peripheral Artery Disease (07/05/2014)
Dark Chocolate Improves Walking in Peripheral Artery Disease
A new, small study found that people with peripheral artery disease who consumed dark chocolate with a high cocoa content were able to walk further than they normally could. Consuming milk chocolate did not have this effect. The improvement was seen shortly after consuming just one dose. For more details, including dosage, as well as our tests and comparisons of cocoa supplements and chocolate, see the update to the Cocoa Powders, Extracts and Chocolate (Sources of Flavanols) Review >>   
 Green Tea and Liver Toxicity (06/20/2014)
Green Tea and Liver Toxicity
Green tea extract was listed as one of the most common dietary supplements linked to liver injury in a newly published guideline for diagnosing and treating drug-induced liver injury. Find out what one of the authors of the guideline had to say about the catechin content of some green tea supplements, and get our test results showing the amounts of catechins in green tea supplements in the Green Tea Supplements, Drinks and Brewable Teas Review >>   
 Probiotic Helps with Colic (03/19/2014)
Probiotic Helps with Colic
Daily use of a probiotic reduced crying time in infants by nearly half and regurgitation by more than one-third in a recent study. Probiotics have also reduced abdominal pain in older children. Based on their safety, probiotics seem worth a try for these uses. Details about the products and dosage are in the update to the Probiotics Review >> 
2013 FDA Finds Another Generic Drug Not Equivalent (10/17/2013)
FDA Finds Another Generic Drug Not Equivalent
According to the FDA, a marketed generic version of the antidepressant buproprion hydrochloride XL (300 mg) is not equivalent to the brand name Wellbutrin XL and the product is being removed from the market. One year ago, another generic version of this drug was removed from the market for the same reason. ConsumerLab.com first reported potential problems with these products in 2007 but the FDA was slow to take action. For details, see the updated in the Wellbutrin vs Generic Budeprion Review >>
 Most Herbal Products Don't Contain Listed Herb (10/13/2013)
Most Herbal Products Don't Contain Listed Herb
DNA analysis of 44 herbal products from Canada and the U.S. found that only 48% contained the herb listed on the label and one-third of these products contained contaminants or fillers not listed on the label (Newmaster, BMC Med 2013). Nine percent of products contained only rice or wheat and none of the listed herb. Many cases of herb substitution were reported, including senna (a laxative) in a product labeled as St. John’s wort. Several products were contaminated with feverfew , which should not be consumed by pregnant women and may react with a variety of medications. The researchers, from the University of Guelph in Ontario, did not disclose the identities of the tested products, which were single-ingredient herbs sold as capsules, powders, or tablets. Significant challenges continue to exist for routine use of DNA analysis of herbs, but ConsumerLab.com may use this technique where appropriate in the future, alongside other analytical techniques in its Product Reviews.   
2012 Large Study Suggests Best Vitamin D Level (10/28/2012)
Large Study Suggests Best Vitamin D Level
What's the best level of vitamin D in your body for overall health? One way to answer this question is to compare mortality rates (deaths per year) associated different levels of vitamin D. A new study did just this, reviewing information about thousands of Americans. It concluded the best levels are between 20 and 40 ng/mL, as the risk of dying is fairly similar across this range. However, a closer look at the findings suggests an even smaller range actually associated with the lowest mortality. For the details, as well as our suggestions on how to use vitamin D, and quality ratings of products, see the Vitamin D Review.  More >>
 Multivitamin Reduces Cancer Risk in Some (10/21/2012)
Multivitamin Reduces Cancer Risk in Some
You may have heard that a new study found reduced rates of cancer among men taking a specific daily multivitamin. But there's more to this story... Certain types of men were much more likely to benefit than others. Several multivitamins like the one studied have been tested by ConsumerLab.com, and some Quality Approved products cost as little as 3 cents a day -- a very reasonable investment if it can help you! For details, see the update in the Multivitamin Supplements Review.  More >>
 Do Spreads Lower Heart Risk? (09/30/2012)
Do Spreads Lower Heart Risk?
Buttery spreads like Smart Balance and Benecol claim to lower the risk of heart disease due to their phytosterols/stanols. These plant compounds can certainly help (by lowering cholesterol levels), but recent lawsuits challenge whether Smart Balance and Benecol provide enough sterols/stanols to claim a benefit. It turns out that one may, and one may not. Find out more and get our quality ratings of cholesterol-lowering supplements in the updated Cholesterol-Lowering Supplements Review >>
 Can Resveratrol Help Control Blood Sugar? (08/19/2012)
Can Resveratrol Help Control Blood Sugar?
A new clinical study suggests potential benefits for people with type 2 diabetes taking one of the resveratrol products evaluated by ConsumerLab.com. Get the details in the latest update to ConsumerLab.com’s Resveratrol Supplements ReviewMore >>
 A More Effective Way to Take Sterols/Stanols to Lower Cholesterol? (08/05/2012)
A More Effective Way to Take Sterols/Stanols to Lower Cholesterol?
A new study shows that taking sterols and stanols from a softgel appears to lower cholesterol more effectively than from a tablet. Get the details, including the name of a new product like the one taken in the study, in the updated Cholesterol-Lowering Supplements Review.  More >>
 Be Careful with Iodine -- Especially If You're Pregnant (08/05/2012)
Be Careful with Iodine -- Especially If You're Pregnant
Unlike over-the-counter medicines, dietary supplements are generally not required to carry warning labels, even if they contain toxic amounts of ingredients. If you don't know how much of a vitamin, mineral, or other ingredient you really need, it's easily possible to get too much. This is what seems to have happened to some pregnant women taking a widely-sold iodine supplement, according to a recent medical report. Just one tablet contained 57 times the daily iodine they needed and more than ten times the limit associated with increased risk of toxicity. Their children were born with congenital hypothyroidism, apparently due to getting too much iodine from their mothers.

Find out which product these women took in the updated Iodine section of the Multivitamin Supplements Review. You'll also find appropriate levels of other vitamins and minerals and see which products in the Review did or did not exceed tolerable intake levels of vitamins and minerals. More >>
 Does Vitamin D Help Manage Weight? (07/01/2012)
Does Vitamin D Help Manage Weight?
If you've been reading our recent newsletters, many reports are being published about the effects of vitamin D. Here's one more: People with higher levels of vitamin D tend to put on less weight than people with lower levels. See the details in the update to the Vitamin D Supplements ReviewMore >>


Recent Recalls and Warnings Found:
1.Mislabeled Lindt Chocolate Bar Recalled (03/24/2020)
2.State of Missouri Sues Jim Bakker Show for Selling False Coronavirus Cure (03/13/2020)
3.FDA Finds Problems at 52% of Supplement Manufacturing Sites in U.S. and 42% Abroad (03/13/2020)
4.Company Failed to Report Adverse Events Associated With Its Nutrition Shakes (02/26/2020)
5.Fat-Burning, Energy Supplement Linked to Heart Trouble (01/24/2020)
6.Supplement Company Continues to Make False Claims About Its Products, Says FTC (12/21/2019)
7.Joint Supplement Synovia Was Promoted With Phony Testimonials, Says FTC (12/05/2019)
8.Silver Bullet Supplement for Men Recalled (11/16/2019)
9.Biotin Supplements Can Cause False Lab Test Results (11/09/2019)
10.Chinese Herbal Supplement May Raise PSA (10/29/2019)
11.Company Marketing CBD for Use in Infants and Children Gets Strong Warning (10/22/2019)
12.Advocare to Pay $150 Million to Settle Charges of Operating a Pyramid Scheme (10/05/2019)
13.Lead and Arsenic Found in Multi Mineral & Vitamin Supplement (10/01/2019)
14.Lavender Oil Linked With Abnormal Breast Growth in Children (08/16/2019)
15.FDA Warns Seller of CBD Lotions, Patches, Tinctures and Pet Products (07/23/2019)
16.PROBAR Meal Bars Recalled (07/12/2019)
17.DMHA and Phenibut Are Not Permitted in Dietary Supplements, Warns FDA (04/16/2019)
18.FDA Issues Strong Warnings to Sellers of CBD (04/02/2019)
19.DG Health NATURALS Baby Cough Syrup Recalled (03/23/2019)
20.DG Baby Gripe Water Herbal Supplement Recalled (02/19/2019)
21.Herbal Skin Remedy Recalled, Can Cause Serious Injury (02/09/2019)
22.Another Green Tea Study Retracted (01/18/2019)
23.Metal Flakes Reported in Zarbee's Naturals Gummy Multivitamin (12/18/2018)
24.Two Popular Memory Supplements Missing Some or All of Key Ingredient (11/16/2018)
25.Weight Loss Supplement Containing Hidden Drug Recalled (10/16/2018)
26.Pharmaceutical Drugs Found In Dietary Supplements Pose Danger to Consumers (10/13/2018)
27.MyoWhey Protein Powder Recalled (09/22/2018)
28.FDA Urges Consumers to Avoid Kratom (09/12/2018)
29.Extra Virgin Olive Oil That Isn't (08/08/2018)
30.Caffeine Toxicity a Danger Due to Product Packaging (06/08/2018)
31.Product Packaging Could Lead to Consuming Dangerous Amounts of Caffeine (06/05/2018)
32.FDA Warns Companies Selling "Sun Protection" Supplements (05/22/2018)
33.Wegmans Recalls Traditional Medicinals Teas Due to Salmonella Risk (04/26/2018)
34.Traditional Medicinals "Throat Coat" Lemon Echinacea Herbal Tea Recalled in Canada (04/24/2018)
35.NxtGen Botanicals Maeng Da Kratom Recalled (04/21/2018)
36.Bob's Red Mill Organic Amaranth Flour Recalled Due To Salmonella Risk (04/09/2018)
37.FDA Issues Mandatory Recall of Salmonella-Contaminated Kratom Products (04/03/2018)
38.PDX Aromatics Expands Recall of Kratom Products (03/23/2018)
39.FDA Warns Seller of Milk Thistle, Chromium, Joint Supplements & More for Manufacturing Violations (03/13/2018)
40.Kratom Supplements Recalled Due to Salmonella Risk (03/10/2018)
41.American College of Sports Medicine Warns of Energy Drink Dangers (02/13/2018)
42.FDA Links 44 Deaths to Kratom (02/06/2018)
43.Marketers of CellAssure and Cognify Settle FTC Charges of Deceptive Cancer Claims (01/16/2018)
44.Adverse Effects From Energy Drinks Common Among Youth and Young Adults (01/16/2018)
45.Protein Bars Recalled After Consumer Finds Piece of Plastic in Bar (11/27/2017)
46.Health Canada Calls for Stronger Warnings of Liver Risk on Green Tea Extract Products (11/21/2017)
47.36 Deaths Associated With the Use of Kratom Products (11/14/2017)
48.Most CBD Oils, Tinctures, Vapors Labeled Inaccurately (11/07/2017)
49.Black Licorice Can Cause Abnormal Heart Rhythms, FDA Warns (10/31/2017)
50.Protein Supplements Can Be Dangerous in People with Rare Genetic Disorder (08/15/2017)
51.Study Shows Severe Risk in Drinking Hydrogen Peroxide (08/08/2017)
52.Increase in Calls to Poison Control Centers About Supplements (07/29/2017)
53.FDA Warns Seller of Menopause, Sexual Enhancement, Prostate Supplements and More For Manufacturing Violations (06/23/2017)
54."Allergy" Supplement Containing Ephedra Recalled (05/26/2017)
55.Herbal Teas Recalled Due To Botulism Risk (05/06/2017)

Archived Recalls and Warnings Found:
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1.Weight Loss Supplement Containing Undeclared Drug Recalled (04/01/2017)
2.Nutrition Bar Recalled Due to Allergen Risk (04/01/2017)
3.FDA Finds Problems at 62% of Supplement Manufacturing Sites in U.S. and Abroad (03/17/2017)
4.Two Hospitalized After Drinking Herbal Tea With Aconite (03/11/2017)
5.Multivitamin Recalled Due to Allergen Risk (02/28/2017)
6.Radio "Infomercials" for Cognitive and Joint Health Supplements Deceived Consumers, Says FTC (02/25/2017)
7.Life Extension Warned for Drug Claims (02/14/2017)
8.Dark Chocolate Bar Recalled Due to Allergen Risk (01/14/2017)
9.FTC Charges Marketers of Prevagen With Making False Claims (01/10/2017)
10.Seller of 5-HTP, Chromium, Curcumin and More Warned for Drug Claims (12/21/2016)
11.Case of Hemorrhagic Stroke Linked to Redline Energy Drink (12/13/2016)
12.Chocolate Hazelnut Butter CLIF Nut Butter Filled Energy Bars Recalled (12/07/2016)
13.Bentonite Clay Promoted for "Detoxification" Contaminated With Lead (11/29/2016)
14.GNC Women's Multi Recalled Due to Undeclared Allergen (11/19/2016)
15.Liver Injuries Linked With Dietary Supplement Use on the Rise (11/04/2016)
16.FDA Warns Consumers Not to Use Twelve Energy and Sexual Enhancement Supplements (11/01/2016)
17.Steroid "Alternatives" Not Permitted In Dietary Supplements, FDA Warns (10/29/2016)
18.Miracle Mineral Solution Danger (10/29/2016)
19.Nutrisystem Bars Recalled Due to Listeria Risk (10/13/2016)
20.Seller of Glucosamine and Chondroitin Settles FTC Charges of False Advertising (10/11/2016)
21.Chinese Herbal Supplement Recalled Due to Lead Contamination (08/16/2016)
22.Turmeric Spice Recall Expanded to Include More Brands (08/08/2016)
23.Seller of Whey Protein Warned for Manufacturing Violations, Drug Claims (08/02/2016)
24.Ground Turmeric Spice Recalled Due to Lead Contamination (07/29/2016)
25.Maker of "Super Food" Warned for Manufacturing Violations (07/23/2016)
26.The Republic of Tea Recalls Turmeric/Ginger Teas Due to Salmonella Risk (05/02/2016)
27.FDA Warns of Stimulant Methylsynephrine In Supplements (04/06/2016)
28.Muscle Enhancement Supplement Recalled (04/05/2016)
29.Toxins in Chocolate (03/30/2016)
30.FDA Finds Problems at 58% of Supplement Manufacturing Sites in U.S. and Abroad (03/12/2016)
31.Maker of Calcium and Vitamin C Supplements Warned for Manufacturing Violations (03/08/2016)
32.Marketers of Weight Supplements AF Plus and Final Trim Violated Consumer Protection Laws, Says FTC (02/06/2016)
33.Seller of Weight and Enhancement Supplements Warned For Drug Claims (02/03/2016)
34.Non-Decolorized Aloe, Goldenseal Root Added to Prop 65 List of Cancer-Causing Chemicals (12/08/2015)
35.FDA Warns Companies Selling Products Containing Picamilon (12/05/2015)
36.FTC Charges Maker of Supplement for Opiate Addiction with Deceptive Claims (11/21/2015)
37.Green Tea from Tea Bags Linked to Acute Hepatitis (11/04/2015)
38.Recall of Male Enhancement Supplement Expanded (10/14/2015)
39.FDA Warns Seller of Omega-3 "Concussion" Supplement for Drug Claims (10/08/2015)
40.Male Enhancement Supplement Containing Antidepressant Recalled (09/26/2015)
41.High Levels of Mercury and Lead Found in Ayurvedic Herbal Supplements (09/18/2015)
42.Weight And Enhancement Supplement Recall Expanded (09/16/2015)
43.Thirteen Manufacturers Ordered to Stop Selling Devil's Claw Supplements (09/11/2015)
44.Powdered Caffeine Risky, FDA Warns (09/05/2015)
45.Maker of Multivitamin and Fish Oil Warned for Manufacturing Violations (09/05/2015)
46.Weight and Enhancement Supplements Recalled (08/30/2015)
47.Soylent Meal Replacement Powder Reported to Contain Lead and Cadmium (08/19/2015)
48.Weight Supplement Found to Contain Three Drugs (07/25/2015)
49.Marketers of Memory Supplement to Pay $1.4 Million to Settle FTC Charges (07/12/2015)
50.Maker of Arthritis Supplement Warned for Manufacturing Violations, Drug Claims (07/02/2015)
51.Amberen Weight Loss Claims Not Supported by Evidence, Says FTC (05/13/2015)
52.Teen Use of Weight Loss and Workout Supplements Labeled "For Adult Use Only" Concerning (04/29/2015)
53.FDA Identifies More Products Listing Synthetic Amphetamine (04/26/2015)
54.FDA Finds Problems at 62% of Supplement Manufacturing Sites in U.S. and Abroad (03/30/2015)
55.Problems Found with New Zealand Fish Oil Supplements, Concerns Raised About Testing Methods (03/13/2015)
56.Many Dark Chocolate Bars Found to Contain Undeclared Milk (02/12/2015)
57.POM Wonderful Claims Were Deceptive, Court Rules (02/06/2015)
58.Major Retailers Accused of Selling Adulterated Herbal Supplements (02/03/2015)
59.Maker of Soy and Zinc Warned for Manufacturing Violations (01/31/2015)
60.Supplement Maker Ordered to Stop Selling Products (01/21/2015)
61.Maker of Magnesium and Potassium Supplements Warned for Manufacturing Violations (01/17/2015)
62.CVS Sued for Eye Health Supplement Claims (01/16/2015)
63.Seller of Speech Disorder Supplement Agrees to Settle FTC Charges of Deceptive Claims (01/13/2015)
64.FDA Warns of Weight Loss Supplement Dangers (01/06/2015)
65.Sexual Enhancement Supplement Recalled (01/04/2015)
66.Company Recalls Second Weight Loss Supplement (12/20/2014)
67.Weight Loss Supplement Recalled (12/20/2014)
68.Seller of B-12, Zinc, Echinacea and More Warned for Manufacturing Violations and Drug Claims (12/12/2014)
69.Glucosamine Class-Action Settlement Reversed by Appeals Court (12/02/2014)
70.Weight Loss Supplements Recalled (11/21/2014)
71.Seller of "Cleanse," Allergy Supplements and More Warned for Manufacturing Violations, Drug Claims (10/31/2014)
72.Supplement Maker Warned for Manufacturing Violations (10/30/2014)
73.Shark Cartilage Supplement Recalled (10/24/2014)
74.Supplements Recalled Years Ago Remain on the Market, Still Contain Hidden Drugs (10/22/2014)
75.Chinese Flu Product Poses Lead Poisoning Risk (09/27/2014)
76.Seller Warned for Promoting Essential Oils to Treat Flu, MRSA, Measles and More (09/26/2014)
77.Sellers of Essential Oils Warned for Claiming to Treat Ebola, Other Diseases (09/26/2014)
78.Maker of Joint and Weight Products Warned for Hidden Drugs, Manufacturing Violations (09/23/2014)
79.Marketer Banned From Selling Weight Loss Products (09/13/2014)
80.Supplement Maker Warned for Manufacturing Violations (08/26/2014)
81.Maker of Herbal Supplements Warned for Manufacturing Violations and Drug Claims (08/26/2014)
82."Superfood" Greens Recalled Due to Salmonella Risk (08/04/2014)
83.FTC Says Company Made "Outrageous" Weight Loss Claims (07/26/2014)
84.Powdered Caffeine Can Be Lethal, FDA Warns (07/19/2014)
85.Pinnacle Labs International Warned for Manufacturing Violations (07/15/2014)
86.Vita Springs Health Warned for Manufacturing Violations and Drug Claims (07/15/2014)
87.Red Yeast Rice Product Recalled (06/25/2014)
88.Seller of Flaxseed, Ginkgo and More Warned for Manufacturing Violations and Drug Claims (05/06/2014)
89.Weight Loss Supplement Recalled (05/01/2014)
90.Seller of Aloe, Thyroid and Other Supplements Warned for Manufacturing Violations and Drug Claims (04/16/2014)
91.Weight Loss Supplements Found To Contain Prescription Antidepressant and Other Drugs (04/16/2014)
92.Maker of Green Coffee Bean Extract and Weight Loss Supplement Warned for Manufacturing Violations (04/03/2014)
93.Maker of Herbal Capsules and Extracts Warned for Manufacturing Violations (03/19/2014)
94.Weight Loss Supplement Recalled (12/26/2013)
95.Muscle Growth Supplement Linked with Liver Failure (12/24/2013)
96.Seller of Sexual Enhancement Supplement and Tea Drink Warned for Drug Ingredients and Drug Claims (12/19/2013)
97.Weight Loss Capsules Recalled Due Allergen Risk (12/16/2013)
98.Maker of Menopause Blend and Other Supplement Ingredients Warned by FDA of Violations (12/13/2013)
99."Diuretic" Weight Loss Supplement Recalled (11/30/2013)
100.Weight Loss Supplement Recalled (11/21/2013)
101.FDA Warns of Five More Weight Loss Supplements Containing Undeclared Drugs (11/21/2013)
102.Two Sexual Enhancement Supplements Found To Contain Undeclared Drugs (11/20/2013)
103.Another Meth-Like Compound Discovered In Weight Loss Supplements (11/20/2013)
104.Another Sexual Enhancement Supplement Recalled Due To Undeclared Drugs (11/20/2013)
105.OxyElite Pro Recall Expanded (11/20/2013)
106.Three Sexual Enhancement Supplements Recalled (11/20/2013)
107.Workout Supplement OxyElite Pro Recalled After Being Linked to Serious Liver Illness (11/11/2013)
108.Protein Shakes Containing Prescription Drug Pose Serious Health Risk (11/01/2013)
109.Methamphetamine-Like Compound Found In Popular Workout Supplement (10/16/2013)
110.Prebiotic and Digestive Enzyme Supplement Recalled Due To Drug Risk (10/11/2013)
111.Six Weight Loss Supplements Found to Contain Drugs (10/10/2013)
112.FDA Warns Consumers Not to Use OxyElite Pro As It Investigates Link With Hepatitis (10/09/2013)
113.Three Sexual Enhancement Supplements Containing Undeclared Drug Recalled (10/01/2013)
114.CoQ10 and Carnitine Supplement Company Warned For Manufacturing Violations (09/10/2013)
115.Maker of Sexual Enhancement Supplement Warned for Manufacturing Violations (08/28/2013)
116.FTC Refunds Consumers of Children's Vitamins as Part of Deceptive Advertising Settlement (08/27/2013)
117.Sexual Enhancement Supplement Containing Undeclared Drugs Recalled (08/23/2013)
118.UK Warns Against a Weight Loss Supplement Still Available to Americans (08/22/2013)
119.Ginkgo, Milk Thistle, Cleanse and Nopal Supplement Maker Warned For Manufacturing Violations, Drug Claims (08/16/2013)
120.Vitamin B, Vitamin C and Multimineral Supplements Recalled Due To Anabolic Steroid Risk (08/02/2013)
121.Sexual Enhancement Supplements Containing Undeclared Drugs Recalled (07/22/2013)
122.Seller of Vision Supplement Warned For Drug Claims (07/05/2013)
123.Teas Recalled Due To Potential Botulism Contamination (07/01/2013)
124.Weight Loss Supplements Recalled Due To Undeclared Drug (06/30/2013)
125.Glucosamine Legal Settlement Over Labeling -- Many Products Covered (06/20/2013)
126.Weight Loss Supplements Found To Contain Undeclared Drugs, FDA Warns (06/19/2013)
127.Protein And Nutrition Bars Recalled Due To Undeclared Milk Allergen (06/14/2013)
128.Weight Loss Supplement Recalled Due To Undeclared Drugs (06/12/2013)
129.Nutrition Bars Recalled Due To Undeclared Milk Allergen (06/07/2013)
130.Maker of Colloidal Silver and Mushroom Extract Supplements Warned For Manufacturing Violations and Drug Claims (06/07/2013)
131.70% of Dietary Supplement Company FDA Inspections Find Potential Manufacturing Violations (05/25/2013)
132.Maker of Omega-3, Saw Palmetto, St. John’s Wort Supplements And More Warned For Manufacturing Violations and Drug Claims (05/03/2013)
133.Cardio, Energy and Sexual Enhancement Supplement Distributor Warned For Manufacturing Violations and Drug Claims (04/18/2013)
134.Chinese Herbal Manufacturer Warned For CGMP Violations (04/11/2013)
135.Probiotic Recalled Due To Undeclared Soy (03/21/2013)
136.Maker of Liquid Supplements Warned For Manufacturing Violations and Drug Claims (03/15/2013)
137.Liquid Supplements Not Properly Manufactured Despite Certification (03/13/2013)
138.Recall: Male Sexual Enhancement Supplement Containing Drugs (03/13/2013)
139.Maker of Joint, Mood and B Vitamin Supplements Warned For Manufacturing Violations, Misbranding and Drug Claims (02/28/2013)
140.Nutrition Drink Recalled Due To Bacterial Contamination (02/21/2013)
141.FDA and FTC Warn: Supplements Cannot Prevent, Treat Or Cure Cold And Flu (02/21/2013)
142.Recall: Arthritis and Muscle Pain Supplement Contains Prescription Drugs (02/20/2013)
143.FDA Warns USPLabs For Adulteration and Drug Claims (02/20/2013)
144.Maker of Antioxidant and Anti-Aging Supplements Warned For Manufacturing Violations (02/14/2013)
145.Ingredient Supplier Warned For Meal Replacement Product Misbranding and Adulteration (02/06/2013)
146.DMAA Supplement Linked to Runner's Death (02/01/2013)
147.Recall: Male Sexual Enhancement Supplement Found to Contain Prescription Drug (01/28/2013)
148.Recall: Iron Supplement Containing Motion Sickness Drug (01/18/2013)
149.FDA Reports Arsenic in Rice Products -- Particularly Brown Rice (09/19/2012)
150.FDA Warns Sports Nutrition Manufacturer of GMP Violations (08/09/2012)
151.FDA Warns Two Supplement Makers of Manufacturing Violations (08/02/2012)
152.Baby Supplement Recalled Due To Salmonella Risk (07/24/2012)
153.Children's Probiotics Recalled Due to Potential Salmonella Contamination (07/10/2012)
154.Coconut Water Recalled in Hawaii (07/03/2012)
155.Recall of Digestive Health Supplement Due to Salmonella Concern (06/07/2012)
156.Many "Grapefruit Seed Extracts" Adulterated (06/05/2012)
157.FDA Warning on Supplement for Pain Relief (06/04/2012)
158.Seller of Cancer Cures Warned by FDA (03/03/2012)
159.Recall of Calcium-Vitamin D Product That's Actually Glucosamine -- Allergy Alert (01/17/2012)
160.Acai Berry Pill Marketers to Pay $1.5 Million to Settle FTC Charges (01/10/2012)
161.HCG Diet Products Don't Work and Are Illegal Says FDA (12/08/2011)
162.FTC Stops Operator of Fake News Sites Offering Acai and Colon Cleanse Products (12/06/2011)
163.FDA Seeks Permanent Injunction Against Dietary Supplement Maker -- 400+ Products Affected (11/27/2011)
164.Hoodia Marketers Fined and Banned from Business (11/03/2011)
165.FDA Warns Herbal Nitro of Manufacturing Violations (10/05/2011)
166.Recall of Prenatal Supplement Due to Egg Allergen (09/01/2011)
167.FDA Inspection Finds Manufacturing Problems with Several Supplements Including Women's Multivitamin (07/15/2011)
168.FTC Attacks Massive Online Fraud Regarding "Free Trials" of Supplements and Health Products (06/18/2011)
169.FTC Targets Fake News Sites Making Deceptive Acai Claims (04/21/2011)
170.More Protein Supplements Recalled for Salmonella Risk (03/30/2011)
171.Recall of "Raw" Vitamin C Supplement Containing Soy (03/04/2011)
172.Weight Supplement Found by FDA to Contain Prescription Drug (02/25/2011)
173.Weight Loss Supplement Containing a Drug Can Cause Serious Adverse Events, Warns FDA (01/04/2011)
174.Misleading Claims by "One a Day Men's" Products Result in $3.3 Million Settlement (11/09/2010)
175.FTC Charges Deceptive Advertising by POM Wonderful (09/27/2010)
176.Supplement for "Increasing Desire" Recalled for Containing Drug (09/13/2010)
177.Government Finds Fraud in Personalized Supplements Sold with Genetic Tests (08/13/2010)
178.Supplement Company Pays $5.5 Million to Settle False Advertising Claims (07/15/2010)
179.Pet Vitamin Recalled for Salmonella Risk (06/22/2010)
180.FDA Warns Consumers to Avoid Breath Supplement Contaminated with Lead (05/03/2010)
181.Vitamin D Overload in Supplement Sickens Users (04/29/2010)
182.Capsule for Men Spiked with Erectile Drug (04/08/2010)
183.Nationwide Recall of Masxtreme Capsules Containing Drugs with Cardiovascular Side Effects (04/07/2010)
184.Recall of Body Building Supplements Containing Steroids (01/16/2010)
185.Steroids Found in More Body Building Supplements (11/17/2009)
186.FDA Warns that "Stiff Nights" Enhancement Supplement Contains Undeclared Drug (11/06/2009)
187.Recall of 65 Dietary Supplements That May Contain Steroids (11/03/2009)
188.FDA Raids Online Retailer for Supplements with Steroids (10/02/2009)
189.Hepatitis Associated with Herbal Supplement Containing Artemisinin (08/25/2009)
190.Weight Loss Supplements Found to Contain Prescription Drug (07/23/2009)
191.Recall of Whey Protein Products Due to Possible Salmonella Contamination (07/09/2009)
192.Sexual Enhancement Supplement Recalled -- Second Time Found with Drug-like Compound (06/15/2009)
193.Body-Building Supplements Confiscated by FDA for Adulteration (05/13/2009)
194.FDA Warns Consumers to Stop Using Hydroxycut -- Product Being Tested by ConsumerLab.com (05/01/2009)
195.QVC Settles Charges of False Claims for Supplements (03/19/2009)
196."The Truth About Nutrition" Marketers Agree to Pay $3 Million to Settle Charges of Deceptive Advertising of Dietary Supplements and Devices (03/06/2009)
197.Possible Risk Rather than Benefit Found in Trial of Vitamin E and Selenium for Prostate Cancer (10/30/2008)
198.Airborne to Pay $30 Million for Deceptive Advertising of Cold Remedy -- Refunds Available (08/14/2008)
199.Recall of Viapro Capsules Due to Potentially Harmful Ingredient (07/30/2008)
200.FDA Warns Groups to Stop Selling Fake Cancer 'Cures' (06/19/2008)
201.Selenium Toxicity from a Supplement (06/03/2008)
202.Recall of Virility Supplement (05/29/2008)
203.Federal Agents Seize Nearly $1.3 Million of Illegal Dietary Supplements (04/07/2008)
204.Two Supplements Recalled for Containing Viagra-like Compounds (03/04/2008)
205.Encore Tabs Recalled -- Contain Prescription Drug (11/26/2007)
206.Recall of Contaminated Baby Supplement (09/25/2007)
207.Marketers of Bogus Growth Hormone Sprays Settle with FTC (06/14/2007)
208.FDA Warns of Two Supplements Containing Pharmaceutical-like Compounds (05/10/2007)
209.Canada Warns of Weight Loss Supplement with Rx Drug (03/19/2007)
210.FTC Files Against Maker of Calcium and Fertility Supplements (03/08/2007)
211.Sellers of Popular Weight Loss Supplements Pay $25 Million Over FTC Allegations of Deceptive Advertising (01/04/2007)
212.Canada Advises Consumers Not To Use Adulterated Sleep Supplement (08/31/2006)
213.Marketers of Diabetes Supplement Banned From Claiming Products Treat or Cure Diseases (08/16/2006)
214.New Zealand Warns of Liver Toxicity from Black Cohosh (02/15/2006)
215.Another Ginkgo Supplement Recalled (01/20/2006)
216.FDA Warns Consumers about Brazilian Diet Pills Found to Contain Active Drug Ingredients (01/17/2006)
217.Ginkgo Supplements Recalled (12/31/2005)
218.Health Canada Warns Consumers Not to Take Chaparral (12/22/2005)
219.Steroids Detected In Supplement (12/02/2005)
220.Deceptive Marketing of “Supreme Greens" -- Settlement with FTC (10/06/2005)
221.FTC Continues Litigation Against Makers of CortiSlim and CortiStress Supplements (09/23/2005)
222.Weight Loss Pill Marketer in Settlement with New Jersey Attorney General (09/15/2005)
223.FDA Issues Nationwide Alert for "Liqiang 4" Due to Potential Health Risk (07/01/2005)
224.Seller of "Ocular Nutrition" Supplement Settles FTC Charges (05/20/2005)
225.Seller of Eye Supplement Purporting to Restore Vision and Eliminate "Floaters" Settles FTC Charges (02/19/2005)
226.Supplement Maker to Pay over $3.5 Million to Settle Deceptive Advertising Charges for Immune Dietary Supplement (01/18/2005)
227.Heavy Metals Found in Some Ayurvedic Medicines (12/17/2004)
228.False Claims Made by Marketer of Cortisol-related Weight-Loss Supplements According to FTC (10/06/2004)
229.Two Makers of Weight Loss and Sex Enhancement Supplements Stopped From Making Unsubstantiated Claims (08/31/2004)
230.FTC Sues Florida Man for Illegal Spam and False "Human Growth Hormone" Product Claims (07/30/2004)
231.FTC Challenges Deceptive Weight Loss Claims for Supplement Targeted at Hispanics (06/17/2004)
232.Marketers of “Focus Factor” and “V-Factor” Fined for Advertising Claims (03/17/2004)
233.Court Closes the Doors on Company That Sold Weight Loss Supplement (10/24/2003)
234.Government Stops Sale of Supplements Claiming to Treat Obesity and Impotence (10/10/2003)
235.FDA Warns of Illness from Star Anise Teas (09/17/2003)
236.FTC Stops False Advertising of Heavily Promoted Supplements for Breast Enhancment, Male Virility, and Snoring (07/21/2003)
237.Direct Marketers of Weight Loss, Impotence, and Arthritis Supplements Charged with Deceptive Claims (07/01/2003)
238.Warning and Recall for "Herbal" Sexual Enhancement Supplement in Canada Illegally Containing Pharmaceutical Compound (05/28/2003)
239.FTC Challenges Claims of Five Supplements to Treat or Cure Serious Diseases (05/28/2003)
240.Rexall Agrees to Pay up to $12 million to Users of Misleading Cellulite Supplement (03/11/2003)
241.U.S. Warns of Ephedra Risks and Proposes Warning Label for Supplements (03/04/2003)
242.FTC Charges Dr. Clark and Related Companies with Making Unsubstantiated Health Claims (01/27/2003)
243.FTC Challenges Weight-loss Claims for Slim Down Solution (01/24/2003)
244.Recall of Dalyvite Liquid Multivitamin (06/30/2002)
245.Canadian Warning on Use of Bejai Bowyantan for Infants (06/20/2002)
246.Recall Update for Portagen Iron Fortified Nutrition Powder (05/24/2002)
247.Canada Requests Recall of Certain Ephedra/Ephedrine Products (01/11/2002)
248.Liver Toxicity with Kava (01/07/2002)


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2019 Best Magnesium Supplements Revealed by ConsumerLab (11/12/2019)
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 Top-rated Vitamin and Supplement Brands and Merchants for 2019 Based on Consumer Satisfaction -- Results of the ConsumerLab.com Survey of Vitamin & Supplement Users (02/25/2019)
 Contamination Still an Issue in Some Greens and Whole Food Products, ConsumerLab Tests Reveal (01/31/2019)
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2018 Best Taurine Supplements for People and Pets Identified by ConsumerLab (12/12/2018)
 Best Vitamin A Supplements, Including Cod Liver Oils, Identified by ConsumerLab (10/26/2018)
 Best Joint Health Supplements Identified -- ConsumerLab Tests Glucosamine, Chondroitin, MSM and Boswellia Supplements for People and Pets (10/02/2018)
 Best L-Tryptophan and 5-HTP Supplements Identified by ConsumerLab -- ConsumerLab Tests Strength and Purity of Supplements for Sleep and Mood (07/31/2018)
 Best Chromium Supplements Identified by ConsumerLab (07/10/2018)
 ConsumerLab Identifies the Best Valerian Supplements -- Strength, Quality and Cost Vary Widely Among Popular Brands (05/31/2018)
 Big Differences Found Among Green Teas -- ConsumerLab Tests Identify Best Green Tea in Bags, Matcha, Supplements, and Bottles -- (05/10/2018)
 Best Probiotic Supplements and Kombuchas? -- ConsumerLab Tests 41 Popular Products, Reveals Problems and Top Picks (05/02/2018)
 You Can't Always Rely on Bone Broth Labels -- ConsumerLab Tests Reveal How Much Protein, Collagen and Sodium Is Really In Bone Broths (03/27/2018)
 Finding Real Ginkgo Isn't Easy, ConsumerLab's Tests Reveal (03/07/2018)
 Top-rated Vitamin and Supplement Brands and Merchants for 2018 Based on Consumer Satisfaction (02/25/2018)
 Magnesium, Curcumin, and Apple Cider Vinegar Rise in Popularity, While Probiotics Dip and Calcium Continues to Decline in Latest ConsumerLab.com Survey of Supplement Users (02/24/2018)
 ConsumerLab.com Reveals Its Top Picks for Best Iron Supplements (01/04/2018)
2017 Berberine and Goldenseal: Avoid Fakes! -- ConsumerLab.com Testing Reveals the Best and Worst Supplements (12/12/2017)
 Flaxseed and Other Popular Omega 3 & 6 Oil Supplements Tested, But Not All Brands Pass -- Tests of Black Currant Oil, Borage Oil, Evening Primrose Oil, Flaxseed Oil, and Hemp Oil Supplements (11/27/2017)
 Gummies Are Most Likely to Fail Testing in Review of Multivitamins -- Best and Worst Multivitamins Identified by ConsumerLab Testing (11/01/2017)
 ConsumerLab.com Reveals Best Zinc Lozenges and Supplements for Shortening Colds and Correcting Deficiency (10/19/2017)
 ConsumerLab.com Explains How to Take Melatonin and Reveals Its Top Supplement Picks (09/26/2017)
 ConsumerLab.com Tests L-Arginine "Blood Flow" Supplements, Identifying Its Top Picks (09/11/2017)
 ConsumerLab.com Tests Reveal Best Low-Dose Lithium Supplements for "Mood" (08/23/2017)
 New Tests Reveal Whether Dark Chocolates and Cocoas Are Toxic or Healthful (07/19/2017)
 Which Magnesium Is Best? ConsumerLab.com Tests Popular Brands and Reveals Its Top Pick (06/21/2017)
 ConsumerLab.com Tests Reveal the Best Calcium Supplements (05/26/2017)
 Best Vitamin D? ConsumerLab.com Tests Popular Vitamin D Supplements and Reveals Its Top Picks (05/17/2017)
 Caution with Kelp Supplements: May Contain Too Much Iodine (04/25/2017)
 Top-rated Vitamin and Supplement Brands and Merchants for 2017 Based on Consumer Satisfaction (02/25/2017)
 ConsumerLab.com Reveals Best and Worst B Vitamin Supplements and Why Current Labels Often Mislead (02/23/2017)
 ConsumerLab.com Shows How Much Choline is Really in Supplements -- ConsumerLab.com Tests Phosphatidylcholine (From Soy Lecithin), Citicoline, Alpha-GPC and Other Choline-Containing Supplements, Identifying Top Picks (02/03/2017)
2016 Best CoQ10? ConsumerLab.com Tests Popular CoQ10 and Ubiquinol Supplements and Reveals Its Top Picks (12/21/2016)
 ConsumerLab.com Finds Arsenic in Testing of Potassium Supplements -- Safer Choices Identified. Many Americans May Need More Potassium (11/15/2016)
 What Are the Benefits of Resveratrol and Which Brands Are Best? -- ConsumerLab.com Reviews the Evidence and Tests the Quality of Popular Resveratrol Supplements (10/11/2016)
 Best Fish Oil? ConsumerLab.com Tests 44 Popular Omega-3 Supplements and Identifies Its Top Picks (09/13/2016)
 Surprising Results in Oat Cereals Study by ConsumerLab.com -- Popular Brands Tested for Fungal Toxin, Gluten and Heavy Metals (08/30/2016)
 ConsumerLab Finds Lead, Cadmium and Arsenic Contamination in Greens and Whole Foods Supplements (08/08/2016)
 ConsumerLab.com Discovers Problems with Most Multivitamins for Dogs and Cats (07/29/2016)
 36% of Meal Replacement Powders and Shakes Fail ConsumerLab.com's Tests of Quality (07/26/2016)
 28% of Protein Powders and Drinks Fail ConsumerLab.com's Tests of Quality (06/15/2016)
 What Works for Joint Health? ConsumerLab.com Reviews Glucosamine, Chondroitin, MSM and Boswellia Supplements for People and Pets (06/03/2016)
 Rhodiola: Does It Help With Depression and Anxiety and Which Brands Are Best? -- ConsumerLab.com Reviews the Evidence and Tests the Quality of Popular R. Rosea Supplements -- (03/22/2016)
 Does Echinacea Really Help With Colds and Which Brands Are Best? (03/01/2016)
 Top-rated Vitamin and Supplement Brands and Merchants for 2016 Based on Consumer Satisfaction (02/25/2016)
 Lysine: Does It Work for Cold Sores and Which Brands Are Best? -- ConsumerLab.com Reviews the Evidence and Tests Supplements Often Used to Prevent Herpes Eruptions (02/09/2016)
 SAM-e Supplements Providing Best Quality and Value Identified by ConsumerLab.com (01/19/2016)
 Problems Found with 32% of Multivitamin/Multimineral Supplements -- ConsumerLab.com Identifies Good Choices for Men, Women, and Children (01/12/2016)
2015 ConsumerLab.com Focuses on Vision Supplements, Spotting the Best and the Worst (12/17/2015)
 Some Surprising Results from Tests of 43 Probiotic Supplements and Kefir Drinks (11/06/2015)
 Is Matcha a Better Form of Green Tea? ConsumerLab.com Answers the Question (10/14/2015)
 ConsumerLab.com Tests Popular Prostate Supplements with Saw Palmetto and Beta-Sitosterol (09/19/2015)
 Not All Vitamin E Supplements Are Alike, Especially "Natural" Ones, ConsumerLab.com Tests Reveal (08/28/2015)
 Feeling Stressed? ConsumerLab.com Reviews the Evidence for L-Theanine and Test Popular Products (08/13/2015)
 ConsumerLab.com Tests Reveal What's Really in Menopause Supplements and Creams -- Soy Isoflavone, Red Clover, Black Cohosh, and Progesterone Products Reviewed (07/31/2015)
 Tests of Maca "Enhancement" Supplements Find Real Maca, But Some Lead Contamination and Seemingly Excessive Amounts of Rice Filler (07/01/2015)
 ConsumerLab.com Tests Reveal Best and Worst Magnesium Supplements (06/10/2015)
 Best Supplements for Bone Health? ConsumerLab.com Finds Products with Multiple Ingredients More Likely to Contain Wrong Amounts (04/28/2015)
 CoQ10 & Ubiquinol Supplements Vary in Quality, as Well as Dose, Absorption, and Price According to ConsumerLab.com (03/17/2015)
 ConsumerLab.com Shows Chinese Consumers What's Really in Foods and Supplements -- U.S. Testing Company Expands to China, Launches cn.ConsumerLab.com (03/05/2015)
 Top-rated Vitamin and Supplement Brands and Merchants for 2015 Based on Consumer Satisfaction -- Results of the ConsumerLab.com Survey of Vitamin & Supplement Users (02/25/2015)
 Only 50% of Aloe Products Pass ConsumerLab.com Tests (02/19/2015)
 Only 25% of Ashwagandha Supplements Pass ConsumerLab.com Review (01/06/2015)
2014 ConsumerLab.com Identifies Best Zinc Products for Colds, Eyes, and Zinc Deficiency -- Popular Zinc Supplements and Lozenges Tested and Compared (12/10/2014)
 Round-up of Recent Product Tests by ConsumerLab.com -- Results for B Vitamin Supplements & Energy Drinks, Garlic, NAC (N-acetyl cysteine), Iron and Omega-7 Fatty Acids (12/09/2014)
 Some Red Yeast Rice Supplements Up to 500X Stronger Than Others -- Popular Cholesterol-Lowering Supplements Tested and Compared (08/20/2014)
 ConsumerLab.com Finds Popular Cocoa Powders Contaminated; High Concentrations of Cadmium Raise Concern (08/05/2014)
 Which Supplements Help Lower Cholesterol? ConsumerLab.com Identifies Best Products by Reviewing Evidence and Testing Quality (07/22/2014)
 Which Weight Loss Supplements Are Best? ConsumerLab.com Reviews the Evidence and Tests the Quality of Popular Products (07/07/2014)
 Your Cocoa May Be Contaminated! ConsumerLab.com Reveals What’s Really in Cocoa and Chocolate Products (05/21/2014)
 Flaxseed and Other Popular Seed Oil Supplements Tested by ConsumerLab.com, But Not All Brands Pass -- Flaxseed, Black Currant, Borage and Evening Primrose Oils Reviewed (05/07/2014)
 Mislabeling of Some Joint Health Supplements with Glucosamine, Chondroitin, Boswellia, and MSM According to ConsumerLab.com -- 38 Supplements Tested, Including Products for Dogs and Cats -- (02/26/2014)
 Top-rated Vitamin and Supplement Brands and Merchants for 2014 Based on Consumer Satisfaction -- Results of the ConsumerLab.com Survey of Vitamin & Supplement Users (02/12/2014)
 You May Be Getting More Vitamin C Than You Think from Some Supplements, Cautions ConsumerLab.com -- 27% of Vitamin C Supplements Don't Meet Label Claims in Recent Tests -- (01/29/2014)
 Problems Found with the Quality and Labeling of Some "Muscle Enhancement" Supplements -- Review of Creatine and Branched-chain Amino Acid Supplements Published by ConsumerLab.com (01/15/2014)
2013 What's Really in Turmeric Supplements and Spices? You May Not Want to Know -- 33% of Turmeric/Curcumin Supplements Fail ConsumerLab.com's Review; Filth Found in Spices (12/16/2013)
 Retesting Confirms Lack of Ingredient in Garcinia Cambogia Supplement (12/06/2013)
 Many Probiotic Supplements Fall Short on Listed Amounts of Helpful Organisms (11/25/2013)
 Some Popular Weight Loss Supplements Contain as Little as 16% of Listed Ingredient, According to ConsumerLab.com (11/19/2013)
 Valerian “Sleep” Supplements Vary Widely in Key Compounds and Two Fail Tests for Lead Contamination (10/23/2013)
 ConsumerLab.com Reports Problems and “Top Picks” Among Bars for Energy, Fiber, Protein, Meal-Replacement, and Whole Food (10/08/2013)
 What's Really in Resveratrol Supplements? Some Contain Little Resveratrol or Do Not Meet Quality Standards According to ConsumerLab.com (09/19/2013)
 Labels on Potassium Supplements May Confuse, But Product Quality is High According to ConsumerLab.com (08/21/2013)
 Watch Out for Fake Bilberry Supplements, Cautions ConsumerLab.com (07/31/2013)
 Contamination a Common Problem in "Greens" and "Whole Foods" Products According to ConsumerLab.com (07/08/2013)
 Green Teas Vary in Strength and Amount of Lead Contamination, According to ConsumerLab.com (05/21/2013)
 CoQ10 & Ubiquinol Supplements Should Be Chosen Carefully, Cautions ConsumerLab.com -- Less Than 4% of Listed Ingredient Found in Widely-Sold Product (03/05/2013)
 ConsumerLab.com Reports Problems with Some Vitamin D and Calcium Supplements -- Wrong Amounts of Vitamin D, Pills Which Don’t Break Apart, and Lead Contamination Found (02/11/2013)
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 Use of CoQ10, Digestive Enzymes, Probiotics and B Vitamins on the Rise According to ConsumerLab.com Survey (01/31/2013)
 Lycopene Supplements Vary in Quality and Price According to ConsumerLab.com (01/14/2013)
2012 ConsumerLab.com Tests Reveal What's Really In Green Tea Supplements and Bottled Drinks (12/21/2012)
 Tests Show Many Milk Thistle Supplements Low in Key Component -- Seven of Eleven Products Fail ConsumerLab.com Testing of Herb Used in Diabetes and Liver Diseases (11/26/2012)
 50% of Green Coffee Bean Supplements Don't Contain Expected Amounts of Ingredient for Weight Loss, According to ConsumerLab.com (11/06/2012)
 ConsumerLab.com Tests and Compares Vision Supplements - Guides Consumers Through a Variety of Ingredients and Formulas (10/17/2012)
 ConsumerLab.com Reveals How Much Caffeine is in Energy Drinks -- Also Finds Some Drinks and Dietary Supplements Don't Contain Claimed Amounts of B Vitamins (09/27/2012)
 ConsumerLab.com tests selenium supplements -- Finds one with less than 25% of listed amount (08/31/2012)
 Contamination and Other Problems Found in Fish Oil Supplements -- Large Review by ConsumerLab.com Reveals Excessive PCBs or Mislabeling in Over 30% of Omega-3 Supplements (08/22/2012)
 What is "Natural" Vitamin E? It Depends On the Brand Selling It, Finds ConsumerLab.com -- New Review of Vitamin E Supplements, Oil and Cream, Including Tocopherols and Tocotrienols (06/18/2012)
 ConsumerLab.com Identifies Best and Worst Magnesium Supplements Based on Tests and Comparisons (05/30/2012)
 Lead Contamination and Mislabeling in Joint Health Supplements with Glucosamine, Chondroitin, and MSM According to ConsumerLab.com (05/08/2012)
 ConsumerLab.com reviews prostate supplements with saw palmetto and/or beta-sitosterol and finds few likely to be effective (04/26/2012)
 Review of vitamin C supplements by ConsumerLab.com finds many of high quality but a wide range in prices (03/12/2012)
 Probiotics grow in popularity but don't always deliver on promises says ConsumerLab.com -- New report provides guidance to consumers (02/09/2012)
 Fish oil and multivitamins most popular supplements in ConsumerLab.com survey -- Internet most popular place to shop (02/05/2012)
 Top-rated vitamin and supplement brands and merchants on consumer satisfaction for 2012 -- Based on ConsumerLab.com Survey of Vitamin & Supplement Users (02/01/2012)
 Do African mango supplements help with weight loss? ConsumerLab.com investigates the evidence (01/17/2012)
2011 Choose zinc supplements carefully -- ConsumerLab.com finds only some have dosage proven to shorten colds, reduce eye disease (12/20/2011)
 ConsumerLab.com identifies many quality melatonin sleep supplements, but prices range from 4 cents to over $1 for the same dose (11/29/2011)
 Supplements for lactose intolerance vary in strength and cost, and some offer no benefit, according to ConsumerLab.com (10/31/2011)
 30% of SAM-e supplements selected for review fail to pass ConsumerLab.com testing -- Cost of SAM-e found to vary 5-fold (10/13/2011)
 Not all vitamin A supplements pass ConsumerLab.com tests -- New report reviews beta-carotene and cod liver oil supplements (09/21/2011)
 ConsumerLab.com analyzes supplements for sexual dysfunction -- Only three out of ten products selected for testing pass (08/31/2011)
 Some coconut waters don't deliver on promises according to ConsumerLab.com (08/04/2011)
 ConsumerLab.com tests menopause supplements and creams: Most are "Approved," but some found contaminated or lacking claimed amount of ingredient (07/12/2011)
 ConsumerLab.com puts multivitamins to the test (06/16/2011)
 Red yeast rice supplements weaker now than in 2008; Wide variation among brands and contamination discovered by ConsumerLab.com -- Popular cholesterol-lowering supplements tested and compared (05/23/2011)
 Problems discovered with eight vitamin D supplements in study by ConsumerLab.com -- Incorrect amounts of vitamins, lead contamination, and labeling infractions identified. (04/26/2011)
 ConsumerLab.com finds 100-fold variation in cost of iron supplements (03/30/2011)
 ConsumerLab.com reviews CoQ10 and ubiquinol supplements -- Tests show quality to be high, but large differences found in dosage, formulation, and cost (03/08/2011)
 Top-rated vitamin and supplement brands and merchants on consumer satisfaction for 2011 -- Based on ConsumerLab.com survey of vitamin and supplement users  (02/01/2011)
 Vitamin D use increased 52% in past two years according to ConsumerLab.com survey of supplement users -- Fish oil continued to surpass multivitamins as most popular supplement and Internet was most common place to buy supplements (01/31/2011)
 ConsumerLab.com evaluates quality of potassium supplements and identifies those offering best value (01/25/2011)
 Spoilage and labeling errors found with some omega-3 and -6 supplements; Review of evening primrose, flaxseed, borage, and black currant oil supplements (01/11/2011)
2010 DHEA supplements, touted for anti-aging and strength, reviewed by ConsumerLab.com.  Testing finds one brand with only 14.7% of labeled amount  (12/14/2010)
 ConsumerLab.com Finds Lower-priced Resveratrol Supplements Pass Tests While Some Higher-priced brands flunk (12/02/2010)
 ConsumerLab.com faults AHPA trade group for misrepresenting quality of valerian supplements (11/24/2010)
 Only 22% of valerian herbal sleep supplements selected for review pass tests for quality by ConsumerLab.com (11/10/2010)
 ConsumerLab.com reports deficiencies in some B-complex supplements and more caffeine than expected in "shot-sized" B vitamin "energy" drinks (10/26/2010)
 ConsumerLab.com finds quality problems with nearly 30% of fish oil supplements reviewed; "Fishy" claims identified -- Softgels and liquids for adults, children and pets tested, including krill oil and algal oil supplements  (09/28/2010)
 Problems persist with ginseng supplements -- Review by ConsumerLab.com finds 45% of products don't provide full amount of ingredient or are contaminated (08/16/2010)
 Tests of "muscle enhancement" supplements show quality problems with some creatine and branched-chain amino acid products -- Review of Muscle Enhancement Supplements published by ConsumerLab.com (07/21/2010)
 Echinacea supplements vary widely in ingredients but found clear of contaminants according to ConsumerLab.com -- New review guides consumers through wide range of dosage, species, preparations, and formulas in echinacea products (06/30/2010)
 ConsumerLab.com tests "greens" and "whole foods" products; Most offer healthful nutrients, but some found contaminated with heavy metals (06/09/2010)
 ConsumerLab.com reports most St. John's wort supplements fail quality tests -- An effective antidepressant herb but heavy metal contamination and low potency are concerns (04/14/2010)
 Cholesterol-lowering supplements reviewed by ConsumerLab.com: Many pass quality testing, one fails. Sterol and policosanol products analyzed.  Evidence for other cholesterol-lowering ingredients evaluated (03/25/2010)
 ConsumerLab.com finds carcinogenic form of chromium in supplements, including those for weight loss -- Reviews published of supplements containing chromium, green tea, 7-keto DHEA and stimulant formulas (03/02/2010)
 Top-rated supplement brands and merchants for consumer satisfaction for 2010; Based on ConsumerLab.com Survey of Vitamin & Supplement Users (02/01/2010)
 Fish oil becomes most popular dietary supplement in ConsumerLab.com survey; Vitamin D and resveratrol use surge (01/31/2010)
 ConsumerLab.com finds quality of most CLA supplements for slimming to be high; One brand mislabeled -- Report is first published in series on supplements for weight loss and slimming (01/20/2010)
2009 Tests show many milk thistle supplements low in key component -- Nine of ten products fail ConsumerLab.com testing of herb used in diabetes and liver diseases (12/02/2009)
 ConsumerLab.com finds many probiotics don't deliver listed ingredients (11/16/2009)
 ConsumerLab.com finds many prostate supplements have correct ingredients, but four fail review -- New report on 19 saw palmetto and beta-sitosterol supplements (09/15/2009)
 ConsumerLab.com tests quality of acai berry supplements and beverages -- No contamination found but health benefits remain unproven.  Caution urged with laxative formulas and billing schemes. (08/25/2009)
 Most vitamin E supplements pass testing, but what seems natural may be synthetic according to ConsumerLab.com -- New review of vitamin E supplements, oils, and creams released today (08/04/2009)
 Nine joint health supplements fail ConsumerLab.com quality review -- Lead contamination, missing ingredients and other problems found in supplements for people as well as for dogs, cats and horses; Many others approved (07/10/2009)
 Review of Magnesium Supplements by ConsumerLab.com Shows One-Quarter Fail Quality Tests (05/19/2009)
 40% of Green Tea and Selenium Products Fail ConsumerLab.com Review of Cancer-Prevention Supplements; Lycopene Supplements Pass (04/28/2009)
 ConsumerLab.com Warns of Problems with Multivitamins and Vitamin Water -- Defects Found in Over 30% of Supplements Selected for Testing; Several Popular Children's Multis Exceed Tolerable Limits (03/31/2009)
 ConsumerLab.com reports deficiencies in some supplements containing calcium, vitamin D, or vitamin K -- Focus on bone health supplements and new uses for vitamins D and K (03/10/2009)
 Survey shows fish oil nearly as popular as multivitamins among supplement users.  Most also take calcium and CoQ10 -- ConsumerLab.com publishes 2009 Report on Vitamin & Supplement Users, including top-rated brands and merchants.  (02/03/2009)
 ConsumerLab.com reports largest test of CoQ10 and ubiquinol supplements -- Most supplements provide claimed ingredient, but large variation in dosage and forms may confuse consumers.  ConsumerLab.com provides guidance. (01/13/2009)
2008 Tests of zinc supplements by ConsumerLab.com show only some provide dosage proven to shorten colds, reduce eye disease.  Lead contamination found in one product. (12/09/2008)
 ConsumerLab.com asks USP to adopt safer lead limit for drugs and supplements.  Warns that lead contamination may worsen if USP accepts currently proposed allowance. (12/08/2008)
 Adulteration Suspected with Some "Memory" Supplements -- Few Ginkgo and Huperzine Supplements Pass ConsumerLab.com Tests; Quality High for Acetyl-L-Carnitine (11/18/2008)
 Tests reveal quality problems with vitamin A supplements -- New ConsumerLab.com report focuses on vitamin A, including beta-carotene and cod liver oil (10/28/2008)
 ConsumerLab.com's tests of menopause supplements reveal wide range in strength and quality; mislabeling and contamination discovered -- Soy and red clover isoflavones, black cohosh, and progesterone products tested (09/17/2008)
 ConsumerLab.com finds improvements in labeling of nutrition bars but potential pitfalls exist -- New report compares 20 bars, including those for protein, fiber, energy and whole food (08/12/2008)
 ConsumerLab.com Find Fifty Fish Oil Supplements Pass Quality Testing -- New Report Helps Consumers Choose Among Pills, Liquids, Foods and Beverages with Omega-3 Fatty Acids (EPA and DHA) (08/05/2008)
 Some iron supplements short on iron or contaminated according to ConsumerLab.com (05/05/2008)
 As problems surface, Consumerlab.com and the people's pharmacy ask FDA to disclose differences between generic and original drugs (03/17/2008)
 ConsumerLab.com finds most vitamin C supplements pass quality tests but one short on ingredient and some exceed tolerable levels (03/07/2008)
 Consumers warned of lead in some turmeric supplements — Highest lead level ever reported by ConsumerLab.com; Lack of active compound also a problem (02/06/2008)
 ConsumerLab.com announces brands and merchants rated highest by dietary supplement consumers (01/23/2008)
 ConsumerLab.com finds most potassium supplements meet quality standards, but one with only 18% of ingredient — Results for 12 potassium supplements in new review (01/08/2008)
2007 ConsumerLab.com finds improvement in quality of omega-3 and -6 supplements — Results for 22 products made from evening primrose, flaxseed, borage and black currant oils (12/10/2007)
 ConsumerLab.com finds some "red wine" supplements deliver less resveratrol than expected; Wide range in dose and price (11/13/2007)
 Recently tested magnesium supplements free of lead, but one product missing most of its ingredient according to ConsumerLab.com — First Major Product Review of Potential "Life-Extending" Ingredient (10/30/2007)
 ConsumerLab.com finds generic antidepressant behaves differently from original drug. May explain complaints by patients. — Generic drug equality questioned (10/12/2007)
 Tests of B-vitamins by ConsumerLab.com finds several short on folic acid — New report covers B-complexes, thiamin, niacin, B-6, B-12, biotin and folic acid supplements (09/10/2007)
 ConsumerLab.com finds lutein & zeaxanthin supplements vary widely in strength but most meet ingredient claims — Right amount of antioxidant may help prevent macular degeneration and improve vision (07/12/2007)
 Tests show many milk thistle supplements low in key component — Seven products fail ConsumerLab.com testing of herb used in diabetes and liver diseases (06/12/2007)
 ConsumerLab.com finds some alpha lipoic acid supplements come up short — Improper formulation may cause ingredient degradation (05/15/2007)
 ConsumerLab.com reports improvement in quality of SAM-e supplements used for osteoarthritis and depression — Recent testing shows quality is up since studies in 2000 and 2003 (04/24/2007)
 Many arthritis supplements lack key listed ingredient — ConsumerLab.com finds chondroitin missing or low in eight supplements; Glucosamine and MSM also tested (04/11/2007)
 ConsumerLab.com survey shows brands and merchants rated highest by dietary supplement users (02/15/2007)
 ConsumerLab.com reports on anti-depressant herb — St. John's Wort — Few supplements pass quality testing (02/14/2007)
 Consumers warned of problems with multivitamins — ConsumerLab.com uncovers defects in over half of products tested (01/19/2007)
2006 Probiotic supplements grow in popularity but viable bacteria missing in many — ConsumerLab.com cautions consumers to select probiotics carefully and store them properly (12/12/2006)
 Tests of "muscle" supplements finds some "weak" products but most contain expected creatine, HMB, or amino acids — Review of muscular enhancement supplements published by ConsumerLab.com (11/13/2006)
 Care advised with natural cold remedies: ConsumerLab.com finds few products with proper quality and directions — ConsumerLab.com offers advice from tests of echinacea, garlic, ginseng, vitamin C, and zinc supplements (10/10/2006)
 DHEA supplements, touted for anti-aging and strength, reviewed by ConsumerLab.com — Testing finds one brand with 215% of the labeled amount (09/19/2006)
 Over 70% of herbal sleep supplements fail tests for quality by ConsumerLab.com — Results for 16 valerian products released today (08/15/2006)
 What's in a garlic supplement? Consumerlab finds few brands have it right and many mislead (06/22/2006)
 Problems persist with ginseng supplements — ConsumerLab.com finds nearly half of products lack ingredient or contaminated (05/24/2006)
 Court denies vitamin trade group's motion to stop defamation suit brought by ConsumerLab.com (05/18/2006)
 ConsumerLab.com tests cancer-prevention supplements; several contaminated with lead or low in ingredient
— Report available for green tea, selenium, and lycopene supplements
(04/26/2006)
 ConsumerLab.com reports on supplements for bone health containing calcium and vitamin D— Results posted for 32 supplements for adults and children; One found contaminated with lead (03/13/2006)
 ConsumerLab.com finds most prostate supplements have correct ingredients, but three fail testing — Results posted for 22 supplements containing saw palmetto and beta-sitosterol (02/06/2006)
 Tests of memory enhancing supplements by ConsumerLab.com reveals lead in some ginkgo (01/03/2006)
2005 Consumerlab.com reaffirms problems with Trimspa X32 (12/05/2005)
 Testing by ConsumerLab.com identifies many problems with popular supplements for weight loss, slimming, and blood sugar control (11/15/2005)
 ConsumerLab.com testing of alpha lipoic acid supplements from Japan finds no ingredient in one product; Most others meet claims — Japanese consumers urged to research product quality (08/31/2005)
 ConsumerLab.com finds some supplements lower in omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids than claimed — Report available for 23 products made from oils of black currant, borage, evening primrose and flax (07/12/2005)
 Quality problems widespread among ginseng products sold in Japan. — Nearly two-thirds of products fail ConsumerLab.com testing due to pesticide contamination and missing or substandard ingredients (06/20/2005)
 Two magnesium supplements fail testing due to lead contamination. Nineteen others pass. Report now available. (06/15/2005)
 ConsumerLab.com begins publishing test reports on Japanese vitamins and supplements — Review of CoQ10 products Now Available Online in Japanese at ConsumerLab.jp. More Reports Scheduled (05/10/2005)
 ConsumerLab.com finds quality of most nutrition powders and drinks high, but identifies five protein powders with excess sodium or cholesterol — Report Now Available Online (04/27/2005)
 ConsumerLab.com finds most B-vitamins of high quality but three lacking in ingredients — Test Results for 41 Products Reported Along with Information on Use (03/30/2005)
 FTC dismisses complaint by vitamin trade group against ConsumerLab.com (03/15/2005)
 ConsumerLab.com reports on vitamin C supplements — Test Results for 29 Products Reported Along with Information on Use (03/14/2005)
 ConsumerLab.com reports on nutrition bars — Highlights major differences, inaccuracies, and urges consumers to "know your bar" (02/08/2005)
2004 Testing of Alpha-lipoic acid supplements by ConsumerLab.com finds most meet label claims but one with only 15% of ingredient — Antioxidant of potential benefit in diabetes and other conditions (12/20/2004)
 ConsumerLab.com finds Omega-3 fish oil supplements safer than fish but quality varies among brands — Test of 41 Supplements Finds No Mercury or PCB Contamination, But Some Spoiled or Lacking Claimed Oils (12/14/2004)
 ConsumerLab.com expands testing to Japan — Testing Organization Expands to Help Japanese Consumers Determine Quality of Health and Nutrition Products (12/14/2004)
 ConsumerLab.com finds several herbal sleep supplements fail tests for quality — Results for 13 valerian products released today (07/07/2004)
 Consumers warned of pitfalls with some multivitamins and vitamin waters — Testing by ConsumerLab.com uncovers problems with many brands (05/21/2004)
 New ConsumerLab.com report on St. John's wort highlights benefits and risks of herbal product for depression (04/27/2004)
 ConsumerLab.com shares insights from 2 years of testing supplements for athletic banned substances — Athletes and manufacturers urged to learn how to avoid problems (04/22/2004)
 Many echinacea supplements don't meet quality standards according to ConsumerLab.com — Test results of cold-reducing herbal supplements released (03/18/2004)
 ConsumerLab.com survey finds most consumers highly satisfied with supplements; Ratings vary by brand (03/02/2004)
 ConsumerLab.com finds lutein supplements vary widely in strength but most meet ingredient claims — Right amount of antioxidant compound may reduce risk of blindness (01/29/2004)
 ConsumerLab.com finds discrepancies in strength of CoQ10 supplements — Increasingly popular supplement, but health professionals and consumers cautioned to check brands (01/13/2004)
2003 ConsumerLab.com dispels myths about HGH human growth hormone supplements sold widely on Internet (12/08/2003)
 ConsumerLab.com reports improvement in quality of SAM-e supplements used for osteoarthritis and depression — But a high priced product found to contain only 30% of label claim (11/18/2003)
 Key ingredient missing in some arthritis supplements for people and pets according to ConsumerLab.com — Review of glucosamine, chondroitin and MSM supplements published online today (11/02/2003)
 Consumerlab.com finds new forms of creatine prone to problems — Test results of muscular enhancement supplements published online today (09/24/2003)
 Some problems persist with ginseng supplements but overall quality improves according to ConsumerLab.com — Test results published online today (08/28/2003)
 ConsumerLab.com finds many cholesterol-lowering supplements poorly made — Test results published online today (07/31/2003)
 ConsumerLab.com finds lead in coral calcium product; Product also charged with false advertising by FTC — Calcium supplement product review published online today (06/10/2003)
 Consumers advised to read labels carefully when selecting herbal supplements for prostate — Saw palmetto product review published online today (05/20/2003)
 Low quality ingredient appears widespread among Ginkgo supplements according to ConsumerLab.com; points to challenge for FDA's proposed regulations — Review of memory enhancement supplements released today (04/21/2003)
 Acidophilus" and other probiotic supplements gain in popularity but live bacteria missing in many — ConsumerLab.com releases review online today (01/21/2003)
2002 Top quality melatonin products identified by ConsumerLab.com — Hormone supplement used to treat sleep disturbances due to jet travel and other causes (12/30/2002)
 Lupus patients cautioned about hormone supplement — ConsumerLab.com releases DHEA testing results online today (12/10/2002)
 Enormous variation found in strength of garlic supplements — most popular herb in U.S. — ConsumerLab.com releases results online today (10/29/2002)
 Problems found with most sexual enhancement supplements evaluated by ConsumerLab.com — Only 9 of 22 products pass independent review (09/24/2002)
 ConsumerLab.com finds some spoilage and inaccuracy among omega-3 and 6 supplements — List released of evening primrose, flaxseed and other GLA/ALA products that passed testing  (08/07/2002)
 ConsumerLab.com finds lead contamination remains a problem for certain mineral supplements — Lead found in iron, magnesium and, most recently, potassium pills (07/16/2002)
 Pharmavite dietary supplements receive ConsumerLab.com approval — Vitamin E, SAM-e, St. John's Wort, Ginkgo and others merit approved quality products ranking (07/10/2002)
 ConsumerLab.com reviews radioprotective Iodine pills in response to terrorist threats — Quality of products is high, but local access is poor (06/25/2002)
 ConsumerLab.com lists magnesium products that passed testing — Some products fail due to excess magnesium and lead contamination (05/15/2002)
 Study finds supplement users avoid prescription drugs due to side effects, not cost — Brands top rated by users also identified in new survey by ConsumerLab.com (05/05/2002)
 More than one in five weight loss, slimming and/or diabetes supplements fail ConsumerLab.com evaluation — Problems found in chromium and pyruvate products; CLA products fine (04/03/2002)
 Study finds supplement users avoid prescription drugs due to side effects, not cost — Brands top rated by users also identified in new survey by ConsumerLab.com (03/06/2002)
 Athletic Banned Substances Screening and Certification Program announced by ConsumerLab.com — Tester of supplements to screen for substances banned in Olympics (02/08/2002)
 ConsumerLab.com finds most B vitamin supplements contain what they claim, but often exceed safe levels — Consumers cautioned to be aware of side effects with high dose products (01/08/2002)
2001 Sixty percent of nutrition bars fail to meet claims in ConsumerLab.com tests — "Low Carb" bars often loaded with carbohydrates; excess sodium and saturated fat also found (10/30/2001)
 Most iron supplements pass ConsumerLab.com testing — Lead contamination and insufficient iron found in some (10/03/2001)
 Problems and ambiguity among alternative estrogen products reported by ConsumerLab.com — Results of soy and red clover isoflavone product testing released online today (08/15/2001)
 ConsumerLab.com reports test results of arthritis supplement — MSM; Quality found higher than for most supplements, but room for improvement remains (06/04/2001)
 Over forty percent of Echinacea products fail ConsumerLab.com review; Inadequate labeling and missing ingredients found common for popular herbal cold remedy (05/07/2001)
 Quality of popular herbal anti-depressant found to vary; certain types of St. John's Wort supplements more likely to pass testing (04/10/2001)
 ConsumerLab.com expands testing of health products; success of dietary supplement evaluations leads company into broader nutrition field, beginning with popular nutrition bars (03/27/2001)
 ConsumerLab.com review of vitamin E supplements finds some insufficiencies and need for clearer labeling; test results released online today (03/13/2001)
 Problems found with multivitamins and multiminerals by ConsumerLab.com (02/14/2001)
 Some supplements for arthritis may exceed newly released safe intake levels for manganese (01/29/2001)
2000 ConsumerLab.com tests popular supplement for heart failure; CoQ10 test results released online today (11/21/2000)
 ConsumerLab.com finds new calcium products of higher quality than many traditional supplements; Test results released online today (09/06/2000)
 ConsumerLab.com finds that not all creatine supplements meet label claims; Popular sports supplement test results released online (08/07/2000)
 ConsumerLab.com announces first test-based buyer's guide to dietary supplements; Manufacturers encouraged to have products tested for potential inclusion. (04/24/2000)
 ConsumerLab.com finds many arthritis supplements lacking labeled ingredients; Glucosamine and Chondroitin product review published online today. (03/07/2000)
 Majority of dietary supplements sold in U.S. being tested by ConsumerLab.com in 2000; newest results due January 31 for Saw Palmetto. (01/24/2000)
1999 ConsumerLab.com testing quality of Glucosamine, Chondroitin, and Saw Palmetto supplements; web site becoming popular reference for consumers (12/08/1999)
 Only three quarters of Ginkgo Biloba supplements contain proper ingredients. ConsumerLab.com posts first of its dietary supplement product tests. (11/16/1999)


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