Natural Supplements Can be Dangerously Contaminated, or Not Even Have the Specified Ingredients

More than two-thirds of Americans take dietary supplements. The vast majority of consumers — 84 percent — are confident the products are safe and effective.

They should not be so trusting.

I’m a professor of pharmacy practice at the University of Connecticut. As described in my new article in the Annals of Pharmacotherapy, consumers take real risks if they use diet supplements not independently verified by reputable outside labs.

Our Take: At Pure Midwest, we are completely transparent… from the 3rd party Certificate of Analysis, to meeting our Head of Product to answering any questions from our customers… and offering the Empty Bottle Guarantee.

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