I really do not know how there are people who still rely on
the absurd promises of no matter what supplement or food supplement to exploit this or that physiological condition . I mean losing weight, being smarter, aging later, getting sick less, looking more handsome … etc. with them.
The food supplements that I refer to are on the Internet, not infrequently in various publications and, of course, you can find them on the shelves of your supermarket, herbodietética or even pharmacy. They are there, lustrous, saying in their packaging (by law they do not have a prospect as such) that you (really what anyone) is wishing it to be true … what, in definitive accounts, we are eager to hear.
However, science as such does not support, by far, its salutary benefits and, in anecdotal cases that do, that it is recognized that “something is”, its effect is of a very small magnitude when compared with other elements, with other factors of your lifestyle, which do have a real significant weight in that condition that you are so concerned with improving (weight, memory, libido …)
But there is still more. Far from this unfortunate reality: what is sold for a specific purpose that has not demonstrated uncontroversially work … it turns out that, in addition, what the consumer gets with his purchase is not even far what the supplement says contain .
that is exactly what I am saying. And I say at least based
what is happening in the United States where the Attorney General of the city of New York has put this world upside down . Since it appears that this does not happen only in the case of Ginkgo biloba, but also most of these herbal medicines and buenrollistas prepared. And is that, hold on to the chair, after performing the appropriate analyzes four out of five supplements of this type did not contain, far from what they claimed to contain . Surprised? Well, hope that the best is missing.
It turns out that, in addition, they contained substances that could be harmful to certain people based on what they specifically said not to contain … and that it turned out that yes and yes … they did contain it. For example, some of these preparations said to be “free of” or “gluten free” and, after the analysis, it was found that a good part of its composition was wheat … so in plan to cascoporro. Ole.
And it is that the evidence that counts the attorney general of the city of New York suggest that most of the “remedies” phytotherapic, far from containing what they advertise, are composed of much cheaper ingredients , such as flour rice, or asparagus … or even plants for domestic use.
Does this happen in Spain?
Damn the win I have to make amarillismo but, given the calico, the question that should be asked is there any reason why this situation was different in Spain? . I explain. Here, as happens on the other side of the Atlantic, this type of product is not required to follow the same protocols as, for example, if they have to follow the medicines based on their specific dosage, efficacy and safety. Come on, that the requirements that have to be met and nothing are almost the same. In addition, the controls to which they submit are much less exhaustive.