How to nutritional, dietary and food supplements differ?

Are nutritional supplements the same as dietary or food supplements? If they are not one and the same, how do the definitions differ?

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  1. HealthGuru says:

    This is a question of symantecs and interpretation. Only DIETARY supplements is widely accepted as ANYTHING taken or added to a persons existing consumption. It does not mean WEIGHTLOSS. FOOD supplements would be best interpreted as one which is comprised a food as a whole in a more convenient form (capsule or powder). Green foods such as brocolli, spinach, and wheat grass would be a FOOD supplement.

    All FOOD are DIETARY
    but not all DIETARY are FOOD.

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