Resources

The ANH-Intl archive of newsletters, documents, infographics, other pdfs and press releases

  • ANH Sustainable Healthcare campaign launched in Sweden

    Article in Caduceus magazine (UK) discussing ANH's launch of its sustainable healthcare campaign in Sweden in January 2008

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  • EC communication on THMPD 2008

    EC document explaining provisions for Traditional Herbal Medicinal Products under Directive 2001/83/EC.

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  • ANHIC Bulletin Dec 2007

    ANH Innovators Club Bulletin - Dec 2007

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  • Codex moves closer to EU blueprint

    Joint release from the National Health Federation and the Alliance for Natural Health following the 29th Session of the Codex Committee on Nutrition and Foods for Special Dietary Uses, Bad Neuenahr, Germany, November 2007

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  • Professor Ernst: master trickster of evidence-based medicine?

    ANH exposee of the methods used by Professor Edzard Ernst, Peninsular Medical School, Exeter University, to rubbish complementary medicine

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  • Getting Natural

    Find out why it's so important to think—and be—natural

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  • EU Commission's proposals to limit vitamin and mineral doses not fit for purpose

    ANH Press Release: EU Commission's proposals to limit vitamin and mineral doses not fit for purpose

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  • ANH Position Paper: EU model for MPLs not fit for purpose

    This Position Paper focuses on the weaknesses of the methodologies under consideration, and provides a commentary on the EC’s Orientation Paper, dated July 2007.

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  • ANH Position Paper on MPLs

    This Position Paper clearly focuses on the weaknesses of the methodologies under consideration, explains why they are not fit for purpose, and provides commentary on the EC’s Orientation Paper, dated July 2007.

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  • ANH Position Paper on Maximum Permitted Levels (MPLs)

    The European Commission is in the process of finalising approaches that allow the determination of Maximum Permitted Levels (MPLs) of vitamins and minerals for both food supplements and fortified foods. Read the ANH position on this fundamental aspect of the Food Supplements Directive.

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