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Need easily accessible and credible resources for teaching and addressing questions about dietary supplements? Find vitamin, mineral, and other supplement fact sheets for health professionals and consumers at the National Institute of Health Office of Dietary Supplements. The Office of Dietary Supplements (ODS) is invaluable for strengthening knowledge and understanding of dietary supplements.
Stay in the know by signing up for periodic supplement news and updates from the ODS that will alert you to relevant happenings in the arena of safety, new research, regulation, and practice. See below for the latest ODS updates. Spotlight D in Nutrition for a Changing World follows the vitamin and mineral chapters to address dietary supplement regulation, considerations for use, label claims, and safety. And an assignment to guide students in evaluating a dietary supplement using the product label, scientific literature, and credible websites can be found as the "Bring It Home" activity at the end of Chapter 8 on water-soluble vitamins.
New/Revised ODS Dietary Supplement Fact Sheets
- Dietary Supplements for Immune Function and Infectious Diseases for health professionals (new)
- Carnitine for consumers in English and Spanish (new)
- Multivitamin/mineral Supplements for health professionals and for consumers in English and Spanish (update)
- Vitamin B6 for health professionals and for consumers in English and Spanish (update)
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