In September 2004, the Dietary Supplement Education Alliance released a health impact study entitled, “Improving Public Health, Reducing Health Care Costs: An Evidence-Based Study of Five Dietary Supplements.” The study was commissioned by DSEA and conducted by The Lewin Group.
NBJ: Why did DSEA decide to undertake a health benefits study?
DSEA: This study supports our mission to improve public health by communicating the benefits of dietary supplem
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