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France Warns Diabetics And Others Against Using Joint Health Supplements

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Diabetics, pregnant women, children, and those with certain food allergies in France should stop taking joint health supplements containing glucosamine and/or chondroitin sulfate due to a risk of adverse events, says national food regulator ANSES. Local supplements industry association Synadiet has insisted the products are safe and cases of adverse reactions rare.

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