ConsumerLab on multivitamins
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Online testing group affirms 25 of 37 multivitamin products evaluated contain the labeled amount of ingredients, disintegrate properly for absorption and do not contain potentially harmful levels of lead, White Plains, N.Y.-based firm announces May 21. Thirteen of the 25 approved products were submitted by their manufacturers for testing under the firm's voluntary certification program. Brands okayed by ConsumerLab.com that were not submitted for testing are Twinlab, GNC,One-A-Day, Walgreens, Women's MultiStart, AARP Health Care Options, Enfamil supplement drops, Propel fitness water and Flintstones. Several failing products contained ingredients in smaller amounts than labeled and at least one product contained a "high amount" of lead, ConsumerLab says...
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