The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a revised draft guidance designed to keep dietary supplements that contain potentially harmful ingredients from hitting the market. The Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act (DSHEA) requires dietary supplement manufacturers to notify the FDA at least 75 days before they market a dietary supplement that contains a new dietary ingredient (NDI). NDIs are defined as ingredients that were not sold in the U.S. before Oct. 15, 1994. The only exception is if the NDI used in the food supply has not been chemically altered. The FDA considers dietary supplements adulterated if they contain ... Read More
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