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Nutritional Supplements Millsboro DE

Local resource for nutritional supplements in Millsboro. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to pharmacies, diet pills, herbal supplements and vitamins, as well as advice and content on nutrition and diet.

BJ's
(302) 934-1637
26676 Centerview Drive
Millsboro, DE
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Good for You Natural Market
(302) 684-8330
28841 Lewes Georgetown Hwy
Lewes, DE
 
Rainbow Earth Foods
(302) 227-3177
220 Rehoboth Ave
Rehoboth Beach, DE
 
Vitamin Shoppe
(609) 646-1062
2300 Wrangleboro Road Unit 720
Milton, DE
 
Ocean City Organics Inc
(410) 213-9818
11944 Ocean Gtwy
Ocean City, MD
 
Lotus Center for Intergral Healing and Wellbeing
(302) 226-7546
301 Rehoboth Avenue
Rehoboth Beach, DE
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Garden Market The
(302) 645-8052
14 Midway Shopping Cn
Rehoboth Beach, DE
 
General Nutrition Center
(302) 227-5521
19287 Miller Rd Unit 18
Rehoboth Beach, DE
 
Gnc
(410) 213-9523
12741 Ocean Gtwy Ste 850
Ocean City, MD
 
General Nutrition Corporation
(410) 723-6715
11519 Coastal Hwy
Ocean City, MD
 
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About Hoodia?

Hoodia Gordonii, the African plant extract that's supposed to suppress your appetite and is flying off the shelves in drugstores and Internet websites, has been getting lots of attention lately. But doctors who treat obesity claim that there is only the slimmest of evidence that this diet supplement works. Even if it does, many of the pills on sale now may contain little or none of the active ingredient. Bottles of Hoodia with 60 to 90 pills usually sell for $20-40 each.

So far, there have been no data on human testing published in reputable medical journals on Hoodia. Even unpublished data are inconclusive or based on very short time periods. Since all nutritional supplements are very loosely regulated by the FDA, there are NO guarantees that the bottles actually contain what the label claims. Unilever says that it tested at least 10 representative samples of supplements sold in the U.S. by other companies and none contained appreciable amounts of Hoodia. Obesity experts have not yet discovered any side effects from Hoodia, but say it hasn't been tested enough to be sure.

Ephedra and Metabolife International

Obviously, ephedra has been under intense scrutiny by the government and medical community for some time. Consequently, most all of the OTC weight loss supplement manufacturers have scrambled to bring to market ephedra free products. Metabolife became hugely successful in the mid-late 1990s, sales exploded when it began selling Metabolife 356 diet pills, first through multi-level marketing channels, then retail. However, the company went bankrupt in July 2005 and was later acquired by Ideasphere. Metabolife was hit hard by lawsuits and liabilities of $130 million. The federal government banned ephedra supplements, including Metabolife 356, in 2004 after the herbal stimulant was linked to several deaths and serious injuries. This ban was later overturned and ephedra products are back on the market, especially the Internet. Not all companies have returned to using ephedra, since the controversy remains.

Ingredients substituted for Ephedra - may be just as risky

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BJ's in Millsboro, DE
Barbara, age 63 says:

We do NOT operate a weight loss program. We simply help you find the best diets for YOUR needs. The information on this web site is intended for information purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for medical advice. Always seek healthy weight loss and balanced nutrition. Before starting any weight loss program consult your physician.

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