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Dietary supplements are defined by the US Dietary Supplement Health
and Education Act (DSHEA) as a vitamin or mineral, a herb or other
plant-derived chemical, an amino acid, a dietary supplement by
increasing the total dietary intake (including enzymes or tissues from
organs or glands), or a concentrate, metabolite, constituent, or extract
Dietary supplements are defined by the US Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act (DSHEA) as a vitamin or mineral, a herb or other plant-derived chemical, an amino acid, a dietary supplement by increasing the total dietary intake (including enzymes or tissues from organs or glands), or a concentrate, metabolite, constituent, or extract of these.
Nutraceuticals are dietary supplements that contain a concentrated form of a presumed bioactive substance derived from a whole food. These now present in a non-food matrix and are used to enhance health in doses exceeding those obtainable from whole foods. Evidence-based recommendations require a technical review of the pertinent clinical literature in which publications are rated according to their level of scientific substantiation.
The American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists’ (AACE’s) Nutrition Guidelines Task Force published their evidence-based findings on the clinical use of dietary supplements and nutraceuticals (DS/N) in endocrine practice; some of the findings are summarized throughout this article.
- DS/N with a recommendation grade A (strong evidence of benefit greater than risk);
- DS/N with a recommendation grade B (intermediate evidence of benefit greater than risk) are suitable for second-line treatments;
- Physicians may have no objection to the continued use of DS/N with a recommendation grade C (weak evidence of benefit greater than risk);
- Various DS/N have been used in alternative medicine for unproven uses or situations with excessive risk (grade D).
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Supplement and topical application in this category caters for minor health conditions without the need of expert advice. If you have any health issues, please contact your family doctor or "Doctors Without Borders" on this platform the soonest to obtain accurate diagnosis and advice.
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