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RealAudio Report: Dietary Supplement Series and Survey - Part 3 of 6
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[ Added: 8-Apr-1999 | Modified: 8-Apr-1999 ]

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The Food and Drug Administration estimates that there are more than 25,000 products available as dietary supplements. In addition to vitamins and minerals, these products include herbs and other self-help products. But, under a law passed five years ago, these do not require the same rigorous testing that drugs go through to show that they are pure, safe and effective. Some manufacturers are now taking advantage of the law to put potent pharmaceuticals, sold as prescription drugs elsewhere in the world, on the supplement shelves. Listen as NPR's Richard Harris has the story in part three of our series on dietary supplements.

RealAudio Report: Dietary Supplement Series and Survey - Part 4 of 6
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[ Added: 8-Apr-1999 | Modified: 8-Apr-1999 ]

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The number of dietary supplements intended for children is increasing. They don't get any more attention from regulators than adult supplements, but the poll found a majority of Americans think they ought to. In the fourth part of Morning Edition's series on dietary supplements, listen as NPR's Rebecca Perl reports the increasing number of products available for children has some regulators concerned.

RealAudio Report: Dietary Supplement Series and Survey - Part 5 of 6
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[ Added: 8-Apr-1999 | Modified: 8-Apr-1999 ]

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Herbal remedies are especially popular. Companies that sell herbal products cannot claim that their products treat, cure or prevent disease, but some companies have figured out ways to imply that their products do just that. Listen as NPR's Richard Harris examines how an artful choice of words is helping sell popular dietary supplements.

RealAudio Report: Dietary Supplement Series and Survey - Part 6 of 6
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[ Added: 8-Apr-1999 | Modified: 8-Apr-1999 ]

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Some of the largest pharmaceutical companies have noticed the popularity of dietary supplements and have introduced herbal supplement product lines. The inroads made by firms such as Bayer, Centrum and Warner-Lambert, are providing higher visibility -- if not more accurate information -- for herbal remedies like Echinacea, St. John's Wort and Ginkgo. Listen to the final installment of our series on dietary supplements as NPR's Rebecca Perl looks at how the addition of pharmaceutical companies is affecting the herbal marketplace.

The 'Nibbler's Diet'
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[ Added: 3-Jun-1999 | Modified: 3-Jun-1999 ]

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If you eat three square meals a day, you might find, especially as you get older, that you're gaining more weight than you want. Should you cut down on meals, and eat less?

The Amazing Carbohydrate Thermometer
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[ Added: 2-May-2003 | Modified: 2-May-2003 ]

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The Amazing Carbohydrate Thermometer summarizes in a single drawing the carbohydrate content of more than 6000 foods. The Carbohydrate Thermometes is Based on the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture food value tables and allows you to calculate on sight the approximate carbohydrate content of almost any food in grams of carbohydrate (SUGAR) per 100 grams, ie, percent. This is extremely useful and very important for diabetics, athletes, heart patients, weight control, and any person who would like to avoid diabetes or slow down the signs of aging.

The Daily Plate
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[ Added: 7-Sep-2007 | Modified: 7-Sep-2007 ]

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Calorie counter, nutrition facts, fitness tracker, calorie information, healthy alternatives, in our database of 165,000 foods. Has two diabetes groups (among many), Let's beat diabetes! and Diva Betics.

The Diabetic Pastry Chef
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[ Added: 30-Jul-2007 | Modified: 30-Jul-2007 ]

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Demonstrates how to bake lower-carb, healthier pastries for diabetics, which results in better glucose control. Site includes recipes.

The Glucose Revolution
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[ Added: 1-Apr-2002 | Modified: 1-Apr-2002 ]

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The authoritative guide to the Glycemic Index, the groundbreaking medical discovery. Companion web site for the books, The Glucose Revolution : Pocket Guide to Children with Type 1 Diabetes, The Glucose Revolution : Pocket Guide to Diabetes, and The Glucose Revolution : Pocket Guide to the Top 100 Low Glycemic Foods.

US FDA/CFSAN - Dietary Supplements: Overview
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[ Added: 18-Jan-2005 | Modified: 18-Jan-2005 ]

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FDA regulates dietary supplements under a different set of regulations than those covering "conventional" foods and drug products (prescription and Over-the-Counter). Under the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994 (DSHEA), the dietary supplement manufacturer is responsible for ensuring that a dietary supplement is safe before it is marketed. FDA is responsible for taking action against any unsafe dietary supplement product after it reaches the market. Generally, manufacturers do not need to register their products with FDA nor get FDA approval before producing or selling dietary supplements. Manufacturers must make sure that product label information is truthful and not misleading.

US FDA/CFSAN: Food Labeling Overview
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[ Added: 18-Jan-2005 | Modified: 18-Jan-2005 ]

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These FDA Food Labeling web pages address the labeling requirements for foods under the Federal Food Drug and Cosmetic Act and its amendments. Food labeling is required for most prepared foods, such as breads, cereals, canned and frozen foods, snacks, desserts, drinks, etc. Nutrition labeling for raw produce (fruits and vegetables) and fish is voluntary. We refer to these products as "conventional" foods. For detailed information on dietary supplements, a special category of products that comes under the general umbrella of foods, but which has separate labeling requirements, see the FDA's "dietary supplements web page."

USDA Nutrient Data Laboratory
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[ Added: 17-Sep-2005 | Modified: 17-Sep-2005 ]

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The Nutrient Data Laboratory (NDL) is one of seven units in the Beltsville Human Nutrition Research Center (BHNRC) of the Agricultural Research Service (ARS). NDL and its predecessor organizations in USDA have been compiling and developing food composition databases for over a century. NDL has an interdisciplinary staff composed of nutritionists, dietitians, food technologists, and computer specialists. The major project of NDL is to maintain USDA National Nutrient Databank. A number of products are developed from this database including the USDA Nutrient Database for Standard Reference, and a number of special interest databases.

What's so special about low-carb diets?
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[ Added: 6-Nov-2004 | Modified: 6-Nov-2004 ]

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These days, there seems to be no escape from the trend towards low-carb diets. There are best-selling books, special food sections in grocery stores, and news stories just about everywhere we turn. But what does all this mean, especially for someone with diabetes?

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