We have seen a drastic change in the health and nutrition industries in the last 10 years. People want to lose fat, feel better, live better qualities of life and live longer. Every morning show has a health segment teaching us what to eat and when to eat it, there are reality shows taking overweight people and teaching them how to exercise and lose weight, and there are now popular TV Doctors with their own TV shows that's sole purpose is to teach how to live healthier and longer. With this new trend comes opportunity. Opportunity to make money that is. The supplement industry has boomed, and according to the National Business Journal, Americans spent $26.7 Billion on dietary supplements in 2009, and there are no signs of slowing growth. In their search for the next bigger and better supplement, companies are finding and marketing all new kinds of products, from herbs to chemicals and throwing them into proprietary blends in some of your favorite daily capsules. But along with this comes risk, and unfortunately because of little to no federal regulation, companies can include ingredients in your products with little research on their side effects. Consumer reports advise us that these top 12 are the most dangerous, and ones that if you do see appearing in your favorite fat burner, multi vitamin or health tonic, you might want to reconsider swallowing...
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Paul Karason who started taking colloidal silver for it's purported health benefits however
his skin as turned permanently blue due to taking it