Many dietary supplements contain active ingredients that have strong biological effects in the human body.
When searching for supplements on the internet, use noncommercial and manufacturer independent sites (e.g. NIH, FDA, USDA) rather than depending on information from sellers. If claims sound too good to be true, they probably are. Be mindful of product claims such as “works better than [a prescription drug],” “totally safe,” or has “no side effects.” Be aware that the term natural doesn’t always means safe. Ask your healthcare provider if the supplement you’re considering would be safe and beneficial for you.
Always remember ‒ safety first!
GAIA is a seller independent site collecting information on ingredients used in dietary supplement products.
GAIA informs you on the outcome of human clinical studies providing you reliable evidence on certain ingredients and supporting you to find the right dietary supplement. Information is highly recommended to be shared with your medical advisor, doctor!
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It helps you navigate to the right product you would like to buy via selection of the ingredients, location of products, price and clinical effects.
If you would like to learn about the proven clinical effects, you can log in GAIA and educate yourself about the possible health benefits of certain ingredients.