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Group B

The list in this group is identified as “examples” to note and may not be complete.

Overview of categorySub-categoriesExamples

Evidence level:
Emerging scientific support, deserving of further research.

Considered for use by athletes under a research protocol or case-managed monitoring situation

Use within Supplement Programs:
Considered for use by identified individual athletes within research or clinical monitoring situations.

Note that some of the products currently listed in Group B have been included due to their historic interest by Key Stakeholders.

The Evidence Map approach will better define the scientific support for these products in specific sporting situations

Food polyphenols
Food compounds which may have bioactivity including antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. May be consumed in food forms (whole or concentrate) or as isolated extracts.

Cherries, berries and black currants
Quercitin, ECGC, epicatechins & others

Compounds which attract interest for potential benefits to body function, integrity and/or metabolism

Collagen support
Ketone supplements
Fish oils

Sick Pack
Multi-ingredient approach to moderate duration and severity of respiratory tract infections.

Best used with advice from an appropriate Medical Practitioner/Accredited Sports Dietitian

Zinc lozenges and Vitamin C

Amino Acids
Constituents of protein which may have effects when taken in isolation, or may be consumed individually by an athlete to fortify an existing food/supplement that is lacking in this amino acid.


Compounds often found in foods which protect against oxidative damage from free-radical chemicals.

Vitamin C & E
N-acetyl cysteine
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