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Compléments alimentaires : vrais aliments ou faux médicaments : Déclarer aussi les effets indésirables observés des compléments alimentaires

Abstract : "Food supplements: real food or fake medicine? Food supplements are regulatorily considered as food. As such, they are just supposed to bring nutrients to people whose diet would not cover their nutritional needs. Ideally, they should only be consumed after a nutritional check-up. In practice, consumers consider them as safe drugs but in reality, the Nutrivigilance scheme shows they are at risk and should not be consumed without a medical advice."
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Aymeric Dopter, Irène Margaritis. Compléments alimentaires : vrais aliments ou faux médicaments : Déclarer aussi les effets indésirables observés des compléments alimentaires. La Revue du Praticien Médecine Générale, 2021, 71 (2), pp.160-163. ⟨anses-03599515⟩

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