3rd edition. — Pharmaceutical Press, 2007. — 417 p.Since the second edition of this book was published five years ago, the UK and worldwide market for food supplements has continued to grow. Vitamins and minerals – in multipleingredient products and as single ingredients – remain very popular. Indeed, multivitamins and minerals have the largest share of the market in most countries. However, since the last edition, there hasbeen an enormous growth in interest in other supplements, such as carotenoids, glucosamine, isoflavones, omega-3 fatty acids and probiotics, substances that were hardly known to the general public until very recently. Technological advances are increasingly making it possible to include such ingredients in both dietary supplements and foods, hence the blurring of boundaries between ‘supplements’, ‘functional foods’ and the ‘nutraceutical’ ingredients that go into them. As the range of substances identified in foods, and knowledge of their potential benefits in disease, continues to grow, it is likely that many more such substances will be included in food supplements in the future.Aloe vera Alpha-lipoic acid Antioxidants Bee pollen Betaine Biotin Boron Branched-chain amino acids Brewer’s yeast Bromelain Calcium Carnitine Carotenoids Chitosan Chlorella Choline Chondroitin Chromium Coenzyme Q Conjugated linoleic acid Copper Creatine Dehydroepiandrosterone Evening primrose oil Fish oils Flavonoids Flaxseed oil Fluoride Folic acid Gamma-oryzanol Garlic Ginkgo biloba Ginseng Glucosamine Grape seed extract Green-lipped mussel Green tea extract Guarana Iodine Iron Isoflavones Kelp Lecithin Magnesium Manganese Melatonin Methylsulfonylmethane Molybdenum N-acetyl cysteine Niacin Nickel Octacosanol Pangamic acid Pantothenic acid Para-amino benzoic acid Phosphatidylserine Phytosterols Potassium Probiotics and prebiotics Psyllium Pycnogenol Quercetin Resveratrol Riboflavin Royal jelly S -adenosyl methionine Selenium Shark cartilage Silicon Spirulina Superoxide dismutase Thiamine Tin Vanadium Vitamin A Vitamin B Vitamin B Vitamin C Vitamin D Vitamin E Vitamin K Zinc Appendix Guidance on safe upper levels of vitamins and minerals Appendix Drug and supplement interactions Additional resources
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