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July 13, 2009

From Food Ingredients Online (although I'm not sure this is really a food ingredient. I don't quite know what chromium picolinate is!):

EFSA Issues Positive Safety Statement For The Use Of Chromium Picolinate In EU Food Supplements 

. . . In its safety assessment, the EFSA concluded that chromium picolinate does not present a safety concern when used as a source of chromium in food supplements. This assessment is an initial step in the procedure for the formal EU approval of chromium picolinate as an acceptable form of supplemental chromium.

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Chromax chromium picolinate is Nutrition 21's top selling nutritional supplement ingredient in the U.S. 


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