Cautions that collecting data from actual human use of Supplements

Collecting data from actual human use of supplements takes much longer. ''In fact, the latest research findings now show that antioxidants may, in fact, be detrimental to certain health conditions, even if you take them at the 'recommended dosage,'' Dr. Kenneth Hartigan-Go says. ''Some study show that antioxidants can actually 'feed' cancer cells, making them grow bigger, and even inducing heart problems.''

Lamenting the practice of some consumers who ''mega dose'' or take supplements in large quantities, he points out that certain vitamins have to be taken in specific ratios. ''Taking some vitamins in excess of what you need will negate or impede the absorption of other vitamins,'' he says.

He advices that consumers should instead concentrate on eating a balanced diet. ''All the nutrients we really need can be found in the food we eat. It's better to get out nutrients the natural way. Evolution has given us a very long digestive tract for slow, gradual and correct absorption of the nutrients from the food that we eat.

As for glutathione's reputation of lightening skin, Hartigan-Go worries that some consumers with very real medical conditions that have symptoms of dark skin may simply seek out a quick-fix with glutathione. ''Liver problems can cause skin to turn yellow to dark yellow while kidney problems can cause the skin to darken,'' These are symptoms that should alert people to seek out medical attention. These kind of supplement pills and tablets are not really 'drugs' or medicine.' In the first place, consumers should not self medicate or pick out medicines on their own.

Consumers should remember that ''dark skin is a result of the melanin we have in our bodies, not toxins.'' Given that we live in a tropical country, he hopes to raise awareness of the benefits of dark skin. ''This is a wonderful climate we live in. Having dark skin is natures way of protecting us from the harmful ultraviolet rays of the sun.''

The public should be more circumspect about claims made by the manufacturers of supplements. They should take care to check if these claims are cited from scientific reports that are peer- reviewed (meaning the data have been confirmed or corroborated by other experts),''It6's still bets to consult a doctor.'' Sharing you a simple thought to consider any time we wish to try out a supplement or drug.

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