Gencor announced that Levagen+, a branded version of palmitoylethanolamide (PEA), received the Informed Ingredient Certification for absence of WADA-prohibited substances from LGC.
Gencor (Irvine, CA) announced that Levagen+, a branded version of palmitoylethanolamide (PEA), received the Informed Ingredient Certification for absence of WADA-prohibited substances from LGC, the United Kingdom’s designated National Measurement Institute for chemical and biomeasurement.
“We are thrilled that Levagen+ is now certified as an Informed Ingredient,” said Chase Shyroc, vice president of sales & business development for Gencor, in a press release. “This is a huge milestone for athletes as they can take comfort in supplementing with Levagen+ to support their sports performance without any concerns of using a banned substance.”
This certification provides brand manufacturers with the assurance that Levagen+ has been regularly tested for prohibited substances by WADA. It also means the ingredient is safe to be used by athletes without concerns of adulteration or contamination.
“As a self-affirmed GRAS ingredient backed by safety studies, Levagen+ now has an added layer of safety as an Informed Ingredient.” Shyroc said. “This certification is something that both the elite and amateur athletes can appreciate.”