Two energy drink ingredients safe
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Exposure to taurine and d-glucuronolactone through regular energy drink consumption is safe, the European Food Safety Authority says Feb. 12. A recent review of data collected by a European Commission committee in 2003 removes concerns that taurine could harm the brain and d-glucuronolactone could damage kidneys. The data found no observed adverse effect at a daily level of 1,000 mg per kilogram of body weight for both substances. The ingredients likely will not interact with caffeine or alcohol, EFSA said
You may also be interested in...
Pink Sheet reporters and editor discuss President-Elect Joe Biden’s decision to name the CDER director as acting FDA commissioner and other staffing changes, as well as changes to industry trade groups’ political donations.
Delfi Diagnostics will use the new funds to expand its team of cancer researchers and machine-learning experts to validate its novel approach for early cancer detection through multiple prospective clinical trials.
US Ninth Circuit affirms a district court’s summary judgment in favor of Target and manufacturer of Up & Up brand biotin supplement it sells. Indian manufacturer targeted in putative class-action in New York prompted FDA’s 2016 creation of import alert category for Ayurvedic supplements.