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Be Aware of Dietary Supplement Knockoffs

Be Aware of Dietary Supplement Knockoffs

Be aware of dietary supplement knockoffs. A “knockoff” is defined as a cheaper copy of an expensive and/or popular product in other words, a fake or counterfeit. Buyers, looking for a good deal, can’t believe their luck finding what they want at a price that’s almost...

The Dos and Don’ts of Supplement Labeling

The Dos and Don’ts of Supplement Labeling

Earlier this year, the FDA announced it had recently sent warning letters to 10 companies for illegally selling dietary supplements because of unapproved claims. This is a brief overview of the Dos and Don'ts of supplement labeling. Dietary supplements are commonplace...

FDA Targets Supplements Claiming to Treat Infertility

FDA Targets Supplements Claiming to Treat Infertility

The FDA targets supplements claiming to treat infertility more than a year after being asked by a consumer advocacy group to take enforcement action against manufacturers of fertility supplements. The U.S. Food & Drug Administration and Federal Trade Commission...

FDA Seizes $1.3M Worth of Kratom

FDA Seizes $1.3M Worth of Kratom

The FDA seizes $1.3M worth of Kratom included in dietary supplements alongside bulk dietary ingredients also containing Kratom. The Food and Drugs Administration's announcement that U.S. Marshals seized dietary supplements containing kratom ignited a war of words on...

Sketchy Ingredients in Dietary Supplements

Sketchy Ingredients in Dietary Supplements

When it comes to cutting-edge ingredients, sports nutrition has a history of having questionable and sketchy ingredients in dietary supplements. Prohormones, 1,3-dimethyamylamine (DMAA) and selective androgen receptor modulators (SARMs) are infamous examples of...

More Sex Enhancement Supplements Recalled by FDA

More Sex Enhancement Supplements Recalled by FDA

More sex enhancement supplements are recalled by the FDA because of unlisted ingredients. At the beginning of the month the U.S. Food and Drug Administration sent an alert that New Jersey’s QMART recalled all lots of its Imperial Gold 2000, PremierZEN Extreme 3000,...

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