Supplement reviews are a powerful tool to help consumers make better buying choices. Reporting an ineffective supplement saves consumers money, but reporting side effects can literally save lives.
It is reported that approximately 23,000 people a year end up in the emergency room after taking a supplement. Reference: https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMsa1504267
Consumer Reports finds a number of ingredients found in popular supplements from trusted retailers can cause organ damage, cardiac arrest, and cancer.
Each of the following ingredients were found in products available online or in major stores such as GNC, Costco, CVS, Walmart, and Whole Foods, notes the magazine.
2. Caffeine Powder
7. Greater Celandine
8. Green Tea Extract Powder
12. Pennyroyal Oil
13. Red Yeast Rice
14. Usnic Acid
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