The problem of undeclared and potentially dangerous drugs hiding in dietary supplements is much worse than the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) estimate, according to a nine-page report by the Cambridge Health Alliance released just two days after the FDA issued warning letters to companies whose products were found to contain the stimulant oxilofrine. The report, led by Dr. Pieter Cohen, an associate professor at Harvard University, reveals at least 14 manufacturers who used the oxilofrine in their sports or weight loss supplements. Oxilofrine, also known as methylsynephrine, is similar to an amphetamine in that it stimulates the heart and ... Read More
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