As reported by The New York Times, a Canadian research group conducted a study among many different generic brand supplements, using DNA testing to verify their ingredients. They found that many of these supplements, most common to grocery stores such as Walgreens and Wal-Mart, contained unlisted fillers, contaminants, completely different compounds than listed, and in some cases no active herbal ingredients at all! They found that over 60% of the store brand supplements tested had incorrect labeling, and more than 50% of those tested didn’t contain the advertised ingredient! For example, two of the bottle tested were of St. John’s Wort, which has been shown to have the ability to treat mild symptoms of depression.
As it turned out, neither one of the tested bottles contained St. John’s Wort—one contained nothing but rice, and the other a powerful Egyptian-native shrub that is a powerful laxative! This study proved that the use of un-trusted supplements can not only be ineffective but also dangerous. Over 60% of the store brand supplements tested had incorrect labeling, and more than 50% of those tested didn’t contain the advertised ingredient! Do you know what they are putting in your vitamins and supplements?
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