The purpose of this section is to familiarize health care workers, health professionals and citizens about the health risks associated with the use of unregistered supplements.
|15.12.2009||Biologically active dietary supplements containing TADALAFIL or BENZAMIDENAFIL||Market recall of biologically active dietary supplements containing tadafil or benzamidenafil|
|01.10.2009||Biologically active dietary supplements containing SIBUTRAMINE||Market recall of 34 biologically active dietary supplements containing sibutramine|
|31.08.2009||Biologically active dietary supplements containing steroids or steroid-like compounds||Use of body building biologically active dietary supplements containing steroids or steroid-like compounds is associated with a number of serious adverse reactions: liver injury, stroke, renal failure and pulmonary embolism. It is recommended not to take such biologically active dietary supplements|
|23.06.2009||HYDROXYCUT||Use of the biologically active dietary supplement Hydroxycut led to serious hepatotoxic reactions including cases of liver transplantation and one death. It is recommended to discontinue taking the biologically active dietary supplement|
|23.06.2009||Venom HYPERDRIVE 3.0||The biologically active dietary supplement Venom Hyperdrive 3.0 has been found to contain sibutramine, a prescription medicinal preparation, the use of which without regard to indications and contraindications is associated with the risk of serious adverse reactions including life-threatening conditions. It is recommended to discontinue taking the biologically active dietary supplement|