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Disclaimer: All of the information contained throughout this web site is based upon the opinions of the founder, Randall A. Loy, MD, and the entire team at Prolog Health. Articles and information referenced on this web site are based upon the opinions of the authors and/or publishers, who retain the copyrights as marked on the articles. The information and products on this web site are not intended to replace information, prescription medications and/or other treatments from your health care professionals, but to enhance your relationship with them. Working in partnership with your health care professional remains the best approach to health care; therefore, if you are attempting to become pregnant, or are currently pregnant, nursing, taking prescription medications, or have any medical condition(s) whatsoever, always consult your health care provider before taking any supplements listed or described on this web site.
What are dietary supplements?
Dietary supplements include such ingredients as vitamins, minerals, herbs, amino acids, and enzymes. Dietary supplements are marketed in forms such as tablets, capsules, softgels, gelcaps, powders, and liquids.
What are the benefits of dietary supplements?
Some supplements can help assure that you get enough of the vital substances the body needs to function; others may help reduce the risk of disease. But supplements should not replace complete meals which are necessary for a healthful diet – so, be sure you eat a variety of foods as well.
Unlike drugs, supplements are not permitted to be marketed for the purpose of treating, diagnosing, preventing, or curing diseases. That means supplements should not make disease claims, such as “lowers high cholesterol” or “treats heart disease.” Claims like these cannot be legitimately made for dietary supplements.
Are there any risks in taking supplements?
Yes. Many supplements contain active ingredients that have strong biological effects in the body. This could make them unsafe in some situations and hurt or complicate your health. For example, the following actions could lead to harmful – even life-threatening – consequences.
Are there tips your recommend for Dietary Supplement Users?
FDA, as well as health professionals and their organizations, receive many inquiries each year from consumers seeking health-related information, especially about dietary supplements. Clearly, people choosing to supplement their diets with herbals, vitamins, minerals, or other substances want to know more about the products they choose so that they can make informed decisions about them. The choice to use a dietary supplement can be a wise decision that provides health benefits. However, under certain circumstances, these products may be unnecessary for good health or they may even create unexpected risks.
Given the abundance and conflicting nature of information now available about dietary supplements, you may need help to sort the reliable information from the questionable. Below are tips and resources that we hope will help you be a savvy dietary supplement user. The principles underlying these tips are similar to those principles a savvy consumer would use for any product.
Where can I get more information on Dietary Supplements?
For more information on dietary supplements, please visit the FDA website here