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‘Malaysians are poor eaters’

PETALING JAYA: Although Malaysians are aware of the need for dietary supplements to complement their diet, they may lack the proper knowledge of the actual nutrients they need, causing them to get the wrong ones, a report found.

Association dismisses claims of harm in dietary supplements, says ‘unsubstantiated’

PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian Dietary Supplement Association (Madsa) has dismissed claims that dietary supplements may be harmful to consumer health.

Agencies offer 10-point plan to tackle migrant crisis

BANGKOK: Three international organisations will jointly propose a 10-point action plan at a special meeting here to tackle the South-East Asia migrant crisis, said the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR).

People laud move to subsidise food prices

ALLOCATIONS of millions of ringgit to subsidise necessities like food items and to keep toll rates down went down well with most Malaysians.

People laud move to subsidise food prices

ALLOCATIONS of millions of ringgit to subsidise necessities like food items and to keep toll rates down went down well with most Malaysians.

Views on vitamin study

From JAGDEV SINGH, President, Malaysian Dietary Supplement Association

Lessons from ephedra

By Rajen M

Madsa: Let doctors prescribe health supplements

Doctors must be allowed to prescribe health supplements as there are patients who need them for a healthier lifestyle and to maintain their health.

Keep an open mind on traditional medicine, docs told

Doctors have been urged to keep an open mind on the use of traditional and complementary medicine in keeping with global trends.

Bitter pill to swallow for health supplement users

Consumers do not stand to gain big discounts with the abolishment of import duty on health supplements as not all prices of products will be reduced, said Malaysian Dietary Supplementary Association (Madsa) pro tem president Jagdev Singh.