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    GENERAL VITAMIN & MINERAL SUPPLEMENT INFORMATION.

    With the arrival of “Drug-Resistant” bacteria’s, prevention becomes more important than ever.
    The bodies issue strengthened by vitamins and "trace-elements supplementaries".

    The products that are the focus of the report are based on the definition of dietary supplements in
    the dietary supplement health and education act of 1994 (DSHEA).

    They are the following:

    Vitamins: Vitamins are essential for normal health, metabolism, growth, and the proper functioning
    of cells.

    Vitamins are divided into two categories: fat-soluble, which can be stored in the body, and water-soluble which are not stored in significant quantities in the body. Vitamins must e obtained from the diet because they are not synthesized in the human body or are not synthesized in large enough amounts.

    Vitamins; Minerals; Herbals and other botanicals; Amino acids;

    Dietary substances used to supplement the diet by increasing its total daily intake and
    Concentrates, metabolites, constituents, extracts, and combinations of these ingredients.

    Vitamins Products that are organic (carbon-containing) nutrients that are essential in small quantities for normal metabolism, growth, and well-being. They must be obtained through the diet because they either are not synthesized in the body or are not synthesized in adequate amounts.
    Minerals Products that are chemical elements in their inorganic forms. “Minerals” are those that are required in amounts greater than 100mg/day, and “trace minerals” are those required in lesser amounts.
    Herbals & Botanicals (other than extracts) Herbal or botanical products prepared by means other than extraction. These may include teas ion addition to other products forms. The term herbal refers to the leaves and stems of the plan while botanical refers to these parts in addition to roots, seeds, and fruits.
    Herbal and Botanical Extracts Products that are extracts made from any part of a plant.
    Animal Extracts Products that are extracts made from animal parts
    Amino Acids Products that contain an amino group and an acidic function.
    Proteins Products that complete sets of amino acids to make up proteins.
    Concentrates, Metabolites, Constituents Products that are concentrated, are broken down into individual components, or are parts of other products.
    Teas Products infused in water that contains herbals, botanicals, or other DS products. Basic tea products have a standard of identity as a food product; however, many products are combination of tea and dietary supplements.
    Other Dietary Supplements All other products meeting the criteria of dietary supplements that cannot be classified into the categories above. They include, for example, bee pollen, propolis, and royal jelly; coenzyme Q; spirunlina and other algae’s; and nucleic acids.



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