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Weight loss/energy products comprise majority of dietary supplement adverse events.

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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WEIGHT LOSS/ENERGY PRODUCTS RESPONSIBLE FOR MAJORITY OF ADVERSE EVENT REPORTS for dietary supplements collected by FDA's Office of Special Nutritionals over the past two years, Acting Director Elizabeth Yetley, PhD, said at a Food and Drug Law Institute conference in Arlington, Va. on Sept. 15. Of the approximately 660 adverse event reports linked to dietary supplements, approximately 400, or nearly two-thirds, are for products labeled for weight loss and energy maintenance, according to Yetley.
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