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Do weight-loss supps really lead to eating disorders? — VIDEODo weight-loss supps really lead to eating disorders? — VIDEO

Are legislators barking up the wrong tree when they think supplements are to blame for teenage eating disorders?

Hank Schultz

March 21, 2023

1 Min Read
Do weight-loss supps really lead to eating disorders? — VIDEO

State legislation would limit the sale of weight-management supplements to teenagers, ostensibly to address the problem of eating disorders. The Council for Responsible Nutrition commissioned two studies: one looked at the safety of six of the most popular weight-loss supplement ingredients. Another investigated any connection between pills and eating disorders. What do you think these studies found? CRN’s Steve Mister talks with NPI’s Hank Schultz.

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About the Author(s)

Hank Schultz

Senior Editor, Informa

Hank Schultz is senior editor of Natural Products Insider. He is an experienced journalist with a long career in daily newspapers followed by more than a decade in the natural products industry. When he's not in front of a computer, Hank can be found on a bicycle, a mountain trail, the gym or at the helm of a sailboat.

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