supplement


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Synonyms for supplement

pull-out

Synonyms

  • pull-out
  • insert
  • magazine section
  • added feature
  • special feature section

addition

Synonyms for supplement

something that completes another

Synonyms

a subordinate element added to another entity

to supply what is lacking

Synonyms for supplement

textual matter that is added onto a publication

a quantity added (e

add as a supplement to what seems insufficient

serve as a supplement to

add to the very end

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I visit my doctor regularly;" Supplement users, 73%, non-supplement users, 62%
So, it seems only natural that the same curiosity might apply to dietary supplements.
The Rule does not restrict consumers' access to any dietary supplement, however, the FDA does not cover any guidelines relating to clinical trials or research about how dietary supplements impact health.
The most recent Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN) Consumer Survey on Dietary Supplements reaffirmed that when it comes to making lifestyle choices, those who take dietary supplements seem to make healthier choices compared to those who don't.
I was reminded by more than one member of our August group that nothing is immutable, that treatments continually change, and that any attempt to apply strict EBM criteria to every article we reviewed for the purpose of compiling this supplement would be nearly impossible and certainly impractical.
When asked what they consider important in purchasing supplement products (multiple answers allowed), 88.
Weil also gets a cut from any supplement sales that come from subscribers to "My Optimum Health Plan," his online customized program intended to "help you address your health issues.
To further ensure quality, look for seals of approval from the National Animal Supplement Council, Consumer Lab and the National Nutritional Foods Association's Good Manufacturing Practices program.
Equipment may not be purchased as a part of this supplement without justification and specific prior approval of the NIH.
With ephedra off the table as a diet aid, the supplement industry has offered up its old standbys as replacements.
The children, born in the late 1960s and early 1970s, received the same supplements as their mothers in early years.
The supplement industry is truly a "buyer beware" market.
At the least, they suggest that health effects seen with one sample of supplement might not hold for others.