Another day, another reminder that you can’t always trust what’s on the side of a pill bottle, and just because it says “all natural” doesn’t make it the same thing as a bran muffin. This time it’s weight-loss supplements, which could very well contain something a lot like amphetamines.
Are you the kind of guy who likes to get his hard on the all-natural way? Or, at least by downing a herbal supplement drawn directly from the bountiful bosom of Mother Nature herself? It turns out that a sizable number of those natural supplements are full of the same chemical compound used to make Viagra.
As osteoporosis is far more common in women than men, ladies are often encouraged to consume copious amounts of dairy and dark leafy greens as well as over-the-counter calcium supplements for the recommended daily quota of 1000 mg. However, a massive new Swedish study links an overenthusiastic calcium intake to…
In a not entirely surprising move, the FDA has issued a warning to consumers using Hydroxycut, a dietary supplement that has been linked to severe liver damage and has led to at least one death.