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A study on Illegal Compounds and Heavy Metals in Dietary Supplements

한국식품위생안전성학회지 2020년 35권 6호 p.581 ~ 586
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Abstract


In this study, we investigated the illegal hazardous compounds in dietary supplements. We analyzedthe contents of anti-obesity drugs, their analogues (orlistat, sibutramine, desmethylsibutramine, didesmethylsibutramine,chlorosibutramine, chlorosipentramine) and three heavy metals (lead (Pb), cadmium (Cd), arsenic (As))in 62 other processed products (n=32), candies (n=7), weight control foods (n=10) and teas (n=13). Anti-obesity drugsor their analogues were not detected in any of the 62 samples. Three heavy metals (Pb, Cd, As) were detected in therange of ND-0.177 mg/kg, 0.002-0.233 mg/kg and 0.001-0.188 mg/kg in teas, ND-0.370 mg/kg, 0.003-0.057 mg/kgand 0.007-0.120 mg/kg in candies, ND-0.055 mg/kg, 0.012-0.045 mg/kg and 0.010-0.163 mg/kg in weight control foods,respectively. Heavy metals (Pb, Cd, As) were detected in the range of ND-2.324 mg/kg, 0.004-0.936 mg/kg and 0.003-21.247 mg/kg in other processed products that are not regulated by specification standards according to food types. Theseresults show that regulations of heavy metals is required in other processed products for genuine food safety.

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Sibutramine; Orlistat; Chlorosibutramine; Chlorosipentramine; Heavy metals (Pb, Cd, As)

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