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EFSA warns supplements containing betaine could push sportspeople over safe intake limit

EFSA mainly clears application for additional uses of novel betaine

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The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has advised that sportspeople consuming supplements containing betaine products could exceed safe consumption levels if new uses are approved for novel forms of the amino acid.


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