AHPA says the letter authors "confuse illegal, adulterated drugs marketed as supplements with regulated dietary supplements in order to jump to the nonsensical conclusion that changes to supplement laws are needed."...More
CRN urges FDA to consider the potential dangers of this ingredient, given its similarities to the already-prohibited DMAA, and reminds consumers to be smart about the sports nutrition supplements they choose....More
Because the most commonly used chondroitin assay, CPC titration, can be fooled by known adulterants, Synutra advocates for a complementary methodology designed to screen out impurities and keep the CPC assay true....More
Consumers want more: more transparency, more healthy ingredients, more energy. And also, consumers want less: Less gluten, less allergen triggers, less GMOs. How are these desires translating to new product development?
On the 20th anniversary of the Dietary Supplements Health and Education Act, Alkemist Labs' Elan Sudberg shares his thoughts on the state of the regulatory system governing supplements and what he think needs to change....More