FDA Warnings Mark Tip Of Iceberg For Stimulant-Spiked Supplements – Study
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Researchers' "particular concern" about the stimulant oxilofrine in sports nutrition supplements is that more than 1m youth athletes use the products. Based on labeling, adolescents could consume three times the highest pediatric dose allowed where oxilofrine is approved as a drug.
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