Functional foods: The problem with guarana
Functional foods are filling an increasingly important part of our lifestyle, as we look to products enhanced with particular ingredients to get us through the day. But do consumers really know what they are dicing with? Hugh Westbrook looked at the use of one ingredient, guarana, to see whether people can safely trust its promised effects and to examine whether the information that comes with products is really accurate.
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