XanGo juice, athletic substances
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
XanGo juice is free of all World Anti-Doping Agency banned substances, including masking agents and stimulants, a company release announces Sept. 5. Xango was recently tested by ConsumerLab for athletic performance-enhancing banned substances, along with Ajinomoto, Enliven International, Pharmanex, Tahitian Noni International and USANA, according to the company's website. ConsumerLab announced in August 2002 it was working in cooperation with the United States Olympic Committee to test supplements for athletic banned substances (1"The Tan Sheet" Aug. 26, 2002, p. 12)...
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