ConsumerLab.com on DHEA
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Fourteen of 17 DHEA (dehydroepiandrosterone) products passed online testing firm's analysis, ConsumerLab.com reports Dec. 10. Of three failing products, one contained less than 20% of the DHEA amount listed in labeling; other two products contained 79% and 84% of the labeled amount. All 17 products tested were found to be free of significant contamination. ConsumerLab.com notes DHEA can be tainted by similar compounds, such as androstenedione, during the manufacturing process...
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