Many consumers are unaware of the FDA's lack of regulations in the manufacture of vitamins and supplements, some of which have additives and fillers and are sold in stores and stores.
Unfortunately, the United States
The Food and Drug Administration does not regulate the production of such health products, but relies on the provisions of the dietary supplements and Health Act (1993).
The act requires manufacturers to ensure the safety of vitamin supplements sold in order to gain the trust of consumers.
Otherwise, if the buyer finds that the product is not efficient or effective;
Manufacturers will lose repeat sales and will not profit from production.
These are the conditions for the production of vitamins sold on the market today.
Consumers should therefore be more vigilant about the vitamin supplements they wish to take.
Recent research has shown that even if vitamin supplements are widely publicized or recognized by popular celebrities, people should not develop the habit of taking vitamin supplements.
Additives and fillers in vitamins appear to be highly toxic.
Consumer protection organizations actively checked some of them and collected the following information from their reports: regarding additives found in Centrum and possible other vitamin supplements, chemical supplements used as Centrum additives are now considered suspicious.
It is said that its manufacturers use inorganic chemicals as a source of supplementary additives, mainly because they are cheaper and more profitable, despite their low safety.
Here are some of the inorganic alternatives used to replace organic nutrients: glucose is inorganic iron from rocks.
This iron additive causes constipation associated with our vitamin intake.
Iron fumarate is an organic form of iron, derived from plants, sodium boron or borax is considered a harmful substance and is widely used in detergents, etc. , but is said to be listed as an additive for central vitamins.
Silica is used to prevent vitamins from sticking together and form vitamin tablets.
This mineral is made from the main components used in quartz and semiconductor chips, glass, ceramics, etc.
This chemical has been shown to have adverse effects on animals.
Extract organic and bioavailable silica from food.
This is said to be a chemical used to accelerate the production of vitamin tablets.
Many people think that it is basically aluminum, so it is a neurotoxin and a known cause of Alzheimer's disease.
This is the inorganic form of selenium.
As inorganic selenium, it is contrary to organic selenium.
Therefore, if the organic form
Inorganic selenium as an antioxidantoxidative.
This is considered to be one of the reasons for many individual tumors, birth defects and genetic mutations.
Considered FD & C Yellow 6 or food color of synthetic coal can cause stomach discomfort, vomiting and rash.
Zinc oxide is also considered inorganic and completely different from zinc extracted from food.
Zinc oxide is produced when the metal zinc is heated and oxidized steam is formed.
Inorganic zinc is used for paint, glass, glue, tire plastic, flame retardant, etc.
Other forms of additives and fillers in VitaminsSoft gel
The formation of gel vitamins is due to the use of hydrogenation oil as a filler by its manufacturers.
The hydrogenation oil was originally used to preserve the shelf life.
However, they are actually a genetically modified fat, or a fat that does not melt at room temperature.
It has been previously determined that genetically modified fat will reduce good cholesterol in your body, so the soft gel supplements you take every day will also cause cholesterol imbalance in your body. Candy-
The coated vitamin candy coating for children's vitamins uses ASBA sweet.
It is an artificial sweetener. the chemical name is Ansai honey potassium (K)
It is said to be a derivative of acetone acid.
Its approval is mainly based on limited testing of humans.
The above test results are associated with reports of headache and other neurological disorders.
Note: this is only a partial list of additives and fillers found in vitamins in Centrum and other health care products, and more are listed in the reference materials named below.