FDA Releases Updated Directory on Select Dietary Supplement Ingredients

Whether a consumer is taking calcium carbonate for strong bones, magnesium to fall asleep, or high-dose caffeine to stay awake, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) does not approve dietary supplements for safety and effectiveness. So how do consumers know if a product is safe, and how can manufacturers protect themselves in the case of a problem?…
By: Epstein Becker & Green
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