Deterenol Supplement Side Effects

Dangers of Sports and Weight Loss Supplements

deterenol side effects supplementsThe presence of harmful ingredients in certain sports & weight loss supplements can make them extremely dangerous for consumers to use. That’s why it is imperative that anyone who is thinking about purchasing an over-the-counter supplement make sure that they research the products first. Depending on the type of supplement or pill and the nature of the product marketing, advertising, and labeling, it may be possible for a consumer who suffered an adverse health effect to pursue financial compensation by speaking with a California nutritional supplement lawyer.

To learn more about the dangers of sports and weight loss supplements, keep reading this blog.

Studies Show Dangerous Health Effects of Sports & Weight Loss Supplements

Sports and weight loss supplements containing deterenol (also known as isopropyloctopamine or isopropylnorsynephrine) have been linked to adverse events such as cardiac arrest, hemorrhagic stroke, and even sudden death. In order to determine the presence and quantity of experimental stimulants in dietary supplements containing deterenol that are sold in the United States, NSF International (Ann Arbor, Michigan) conducted analyses along with the Netherlands’ National Institute for Public Health and the Environment, as well as Sciensano (Brussels, Belgium). To do so, they first purchased dietary supplements online that were available for sale in the U.S. and which listed deterenol or one of its synonyms among their ingredients.

Seventeen brands of dietary supplements were analyzed. Results of these tests showed that sports and weight loss supplements listing deterenol as an ingredient contained nine (9) prohibited stimulants and eight (8) different mixtures of stimulants, with up to four (4) experimental stimulants in each product. The nine (9) prohibited stimulants were:

  1. Deterenol
  2. Phenpromethamine (Vonedrine)
  3. Oxilofrine
  4. Octodrine
  5. Betamethylphenylethylamine (BMPEA)
  6. 1,3-dimethylamylamine (1,3-DMAA)
  7. 1,4-dimethylamylamine (1,4-DMAA)
  8. 1,3-dimethylbutylamine (1,3-DMBA)
  9. Higenami

These stimulants and combinations thereof are not approved for human consumption, and their safety is not known.

Additional Resources

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