A Consumer Reports investigation into the safety of protein supplements found that more than half exceed the California Prop 65 Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act action levels.
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This is the second of my three-part video series on some of the latest regarding the safety of dietary supplements. For part one, see Dietary Supplement Snake Oil. In part three, I explore why Some Dietary Supplements May Be More Than a Waste of Money. Also, check out Plant Protein Preferable, which explains why beans and other legumes are the best source of protein. What about gas? See Beans and Gas: Clearing the Air. And see my other videos on lead; mercury; and arsenic for other ways to avoid exposure.
For further context, check out my associated blog posts: Lead Poisoning Risk From Venison; Avoiding Cooked Meat Carcinogens; Raisins vs. Energy Gels for Athletic Performance; and Probiotics and Diarrhea.
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