says Tod Cooperman, MD,
Reason: The percentage of daily values (DVs), which reflects recommended dietary allowances (RDAs), was changed last year. Large companies were given until July 2018 to make label changes, and that date has been extended.
This means that the amount of a substance in a multivitamin may be a higher or lower percentage of the DV than the label says. More information: ConsumerLab.com/RDAs.
Source : Bottom Line Personal October 2017 Tod Cooperman, MD, is president of Consumer Lab.com, an independent laboratory that tests consumer products, White Plains, New York.
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