Omega-3 Use Grows Despite Doubts, Herbals Rise Above NY Controversy
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
The Council for Responsible Nutrition’s 16th annual survey shows questions raised by researchers, state officials and media about the safety and efficacy of some supplement ingredients do not appear to slowing users’ interest in the products.
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