As consumer demand for natural ingredients continues to grow, lesser–known botanicals, backed by millennia-old healing traditions and supported by contemporary research, are poised to steal the spotlight in 2018.
Protein is a highly popular supplement in both consumer and industry circles. But how much do industry insiders and consumers actually know about protein? And how much of what they think they know is, quite simply, wrong?
If White House policy is to regulate with a lighter touch, does it stand to reason that inspectors on the ground might be less inclined to dole out Form 483s for what some would argue are nominal violations?