France Warns Diabetics And Others Against Using Joint Health Supplements
Diabetics, pregnant women, children, and those with certain food allergies in France should stop taking joint health supplements containing glucosamine and/or chondroitin sulfate due to a risk of adverse events, says national food regulator ANSES. Local supplements industry association Synadiet has insisted the products are safe and cases of adverse reactions rare.
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