Supplement Safety Concerns Get The Ratings Site They Desperately Need:
Wondering what the actual hell is in the special herbal supplements, energy drinks, or even vitamins you just took?
Well professional chemist, Neil Thanedar is about to provide that valuable service to anyone who wants to sign up at his new site.
Labdoor.com is about to get out there and become the Consumer Reports of the supplement industry.
Paired with real-product buying, analysis and addition of the most relevant papers on the ingredients, each product reviewed will get scores on:
1) Clinical Efficacy
2) Ingredient Safety
3) FDA Reporting
4) Manufacturing Purity (hello, lead vitamins!), and
5) Chemical Reverse-Engineering,
Those 5 will all add up to its Final Supplement Safety Ratings letter-grade.
Early Results? -RedBull standard gets a B, while Monster gets a C+, Redline Power-Rush 7hr gets a D+, and One-A-Day Pro Edge an A-.
You can even add your User Reviews and pithy internets comments, too.
-Though, I wonder if he’ll put up contra-indications or some set of warnings or potential interaction, etc.
Like with Ephedra, the only sure way to know if you’d OD’d or over-stacked it with Caffeine and Aspirin, was that you’d get liver damage or reveal congenital heart weaknesses. Hrm…
Anyway, Still: Looks like a great idea!
Check out the rest of the details + supplement safety reviews at the Links Below:
“security clothes 2”, by Michael & Christa Richert
“broken glass 2”, by Evelyn Köster
• Source: Labdoor
• via: Wired
• More Coverage: iTMS-Labdoor iOS App