The Sports Supplement

The Sports Supplement
The Sports Supplement
The Sports Supplement, which is available for use for kids through The Sporting Health Group, was also the source of some controversy for the last four years. The product, which does not contain the estrogen, wasn’t even approved for children. (Citing fears that children could overdose or have other sexual disorders, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration did not allow it.)

Now the company is looking for legal advice on a change to its stance on the issue. The Sports Supplement
“We believe this change should be done in small batches, that it is an important and beneficial step to bring in a better understanding of how kids are using, and to make sure that it is safe, that children can easily access the products,” says Mike Luehmann, president of The Sporting Health Group, the health information supplier for The Sporting Press Network, the Sports Network’s website.

Last year, Luehmann said, he found that for boys, the antihistamines were far more likely to lead to sexual behavior in children. “In my experience, most boys don’t think this is really any different,” he says.

Other groups, however, say that a change to the antihistamines could hurt sales. “It may be one of the biggest decisions you can take, and is not necessarily all about the market (as it is not really a big deal). It is also in most cases going to the individual,” says Dr. Brian K. Leitner,