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Recommendations of the NCAHF Task Force
on Supplement Abuse (1987)

To Consumers:

To Health Practitioners:

To Government:

Rationale for Warning Labels

Warning labels should be required on potentially hazardous food supplements. NCAHF is aware that certain supplement trade associations are making it appear that such a requirement is unnecessary because the amount of known harm from supplementation is small. However, we argue that:

Given these factors the only responsible course to follow is to require warning labels.

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