In the March “Ask EN” on Juice Plus , the use of incorrect units in a calculation resulted in the erroneous conclusion that the stated nutrients could not fit in a Juice Plus capsule. Indeed they can. However, we still take issue with the vitamin C claims provided by the company and stand by our conclusion that you?re better off eating real fruits and vegetables.- The Editors
In the April “Product Watch” on multis without iron, the first entry in the chart, Alphabet II Formula 643, should read “20% vitamin A as beta-carotene,” not “80%.” The multi still earns a check-rating as an EN Pick.- The Editors
In the May “Just In” on pre-diabetes, the correct range for pre-diabetes is 110-125. (A blood sugar of 126 and above is defined as diabetes.) And in the “Product Watch” on designer foods for women, folic acid should have been listed as 400 micrograms, not milligrams. – The Editors
The website already reflects these corrections.
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