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DMAA Is Synthetic And Needs NDI Notification – Study

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Botanical experts refute that DMAA is a geranium plant derivative and that the ingredient has been common in the food supply, as some supplement manufacturers have argued. “Elementary mathematics establishes that [DMAA] in dietary supplements must be synthetic,” study authors say.

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