Health Canada Crackdown On Viagra Alternative Kills Family Business

Herbal supplements fake, toxic, study suggests

They don’t care if they were right or wrong.” Firm collapses underpressure The company struggled with more bureaucratic delays, recalls and seized shipments. In 2010, crippled and out of money, NorthRegentRx closed its doors. “We couldn’t do it anymore. We were hemorrhaging money,” said Swarath.
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Best healthy hair supplements and foods

Natural News indicates B-complex vitamins can also protect against anemia which can stunt hair growth. Best healthy hair foods While its fine to use healthy hair supplements, many of the vitamins you need for your hair can be found in food. Zinc, for example, is abundant in lamb, turkey, pumpkin seeds, and chocolate. If youre not interested in taking a handful of pills as healthy hair supplements, consider adding these healthy hair foods to your diet plan: Salmon (Omega-3s). Healthy hair supplements and foods: Dont want to add vitamins?
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Cheryl Swarath accuses Health Canada of destroying her natural health products business without justification. CBC

While the researchers declined to identify the specific companies whose products they tested, they discovered 59 percent of products tested contained ingredients not on the label, an issue that is not only dishonest business but a real health concern for people with allergies or dietary restrictions. Bottles of echinacea supplements contained bitter weed, Parthenium hysterophorus, an invasive plant from India and Australia known to cause rashes, gas and nausea. Gingko biloba pills were found mixed with black walnut and other fillers, potentially deadly to people allergic to nuts. Fully one third of the tested samples contained none of the herb advertised on the label.
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