Companies can reference warning letters to learn what not to do, the association says.
Celebrations are shadowed by suspicions that some are treading on the law.
Two-thirds of dietary supplement products recalled by FDA remained on the market with adulterated substances, according to JAMA.
In response to the Bayer Phillips’ Colon Health case, the dietary supplement industry says the agency’s substantiation bar is too high.
But questionable antiaging and diabetes claims are also on the rise.
Two industry leaders offer advice to the next head of FDA’s Division of Dietary Supplements—whoever she or he may be.
It's not FTC action alone.
Overall, the study results were largely inconclusive against disease prevention.
Has FDA effectively slammed the door shut on DMAA?
Will a new, negative Department of Health and Human Services report follow the dietary supplements industry for years?
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