Americans spend almost 3 billion on vitamins, herbal remedies, and other supplements in their fight against colds and flu in 2016, according to the Nutrition Business Journal. But research that the products work is usually weak. And unlike drugs, the Food and Drug Administration doesn’t require that supplements be proved safe and effective before they head to market, and you can’t even be certain that they contain what their labels claim.
Source: Consumer Reports magazine January 2018
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