Dr Carrie Ruxton, of the Health Supplements Information Service, added: "They are not intended to treat, prevent or cure any disease.
What does HSIS stand for?
HSIS stands for Health Supplements Information Service
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We have 13 other meanings of HSIS in our Acronym Attic
- Human System Integration Plan
- Head Start Information and Publication Center
- Homeland Security Integrated Planning Process (US DHS)
- High Speed Inspection Robot
- Homeland Security Intelligence Report
- Human-Systems Integration Requirements
- Human Subjects Internal Review Board (Moravian College)
- Hazardous Substance Incident Response Management
- Health and Safety Inspection Report System
- Homeland Security Individual Readiness Training
- Helping Students' Intellect Soar
- High Speed Interface/SNA
- High-Speed Image Server
- Highway Safety Information System
- Human Systems Integration Symposium
- Hardware Software Integration Test
- How Sad Is That?
- Haile Selassie I University (Addis Ababa, Ethiopia)
- High Speed Induction Unit
- Human Systems Integration Working Group
Samples in periodicals archive:
The industry-backed Health Supplements Information Service said the review showed inconsistent findings and demonstrated "nothing new whatsoever".
Pamela Mason, spokeswoman for the Health Supplements Information Service, said: "Antioxidant vitamins were never intended for the prevention of chronic disease and mortality.
Nearly six out of 10 women and three out of 10 men have made eating a healthier diet one of their New Year resolutions for 2004, according to a recent survey by The Health Supplements Information Service (HSIS).
In response to this, the Health Supplements Information Service (HSIS), is running a series of free seminars throughout the UK.
LONDON, December 30 /PRNewswire/ -- A recent survey conducted by The Health Supplements Information Service (HSIS) shows that nearly 6 out of 10 women and 3 out of 10 men has made eating a healthier diet one of their New Year's Resolutions for 2004.
Pamela Mason, pharmacist and nutritionist at the Health Supplements Information Service, says a daily intake of 400mcg of folic acid is safe for most people, adding: `If someone is not in the high risk bracket for homocysteine, a multivitamin which contains about 200mcg of folic acid and the B vitamins, is suitable, provided they have a good diet as well.
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