During a week when the industry gathered under clear blue skies in Las Vegas to celebrate 15 years of SupplySide West, black clouds rolled in and unleashed a short sharp downpour: I am of course referring to the articles published on multivitamins and...
The recent food supplements contamination case that led to banning
from competition of a number of Greek weightlifters, would never
have happened in the Netherlands, according to the trade
Pharmaceutical firm GlaxoSmithKline is to produce nutritional
supplements for the ATP, the governing body for men's tennis, under
a new scheme designed to limit the risk of supplements causing
tennis players to test positive.
The UK's vitamin and supplement market is one of the largest in
Europe, with sales of £350 million (€510m) last year. But with
sales levelling off for the past two years, and new European
legislation set to considerably reduce...
A group of the world's nutrition experts met at the International
Olympic Committee's headquarters in Lausanne, Switzerland, this
week to review the latest developments in the world of sports
Taking large doses of popular mineral and vitamin supplements over
a long period of time can have a major impact on health, according
to a recent report. A case where a teenager increased the
recommended dosage of zinc supplements...
Nine months of tests by ConsumerLab.com have revealed that up to 10
per cent of potassium, iron and magnesium supplements could be
contaminated with lead, a cause for concern but one which can be
easily remedied by companies.
Simply taking a multivitamin and other key supplements on a daily
basis can help promote good health and stave off a wide range of
diseases, according to a new report released by the Council for
Responsible Nutrition (CRN).
The European Commission has issued a strong statement denouncing
claims in many UK newspapers yesterday that the proposed new rules
for vitamin supplements would push thousands of companies out of