dietary supplement

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something added to complete a diet or to make up for a dietary deficiency

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The FDA had actually banned DHEA in the '80s, but it was reclassified as a dietary supplement in 1994 under Hatch's new law, and its sales took off.
A product sold as a dietary supplement and touted in its labeling as a new treatment or cure for a specific disease or condition would be considered an unauthorized -- and thus illegal -- drug.
People who have experienced a serious harmful effect or illness from using a dietary supplement can file a report with the FDA by phone or online.
So, is Codex really a threat to dietary supplement freedom in America?
In recent years, the dietary supplement industry has entered a new golden development stage in China, with the market size hitting RMB105 billion in 2011 and presenting a CAGR of 11.
According to CRN President & CEO Steve Mister, the dietary supplement industry is robust, "and this new economic analysis further demonstrates the important and positive impact our industry has on people's lives.
com)-- According to a new market report published by Persistence Market Research “Global Market Study on Dietary Supplements: Botanical Supplements To Be The Largest Market by 2020,” the global dietary supplements market was valued at USD 109.
ClickPress, Tue Aug 05 2014] Healthy growth continued in vitamins and dietary supplements, increasing by 5% in value sales in 2013.
Backed by the WTO, the Codex Commission has made it known that it expects all nations to "harmonize" their regulations governing dietary supplements with its new regulatory framework.
Sherrie Borden, a spokeswoman for the company, said the firm has conducted market research that concludes there is demand for a formalized dietary supplement certification.
A list of selected dietary supplements associated with serious safety problems appeared in an out-of-print 1993 FDA document "Unsubstantiated Claims and Documented Health Hazards in the Dietary Supplement Marketplace.
The article features McGwire's use of Androstenedione, a dietary supplement praised by McGwire as helping him during his record-breaking season.
In addition, the NDMA is considering changing its name to reflect its new role representing both dietary supplement and over-the-counter manufacturers.
In a joint effort, the Natural Products Association, the Council for Responsible Nutrition, the Consumer Healthcare Products Association and the United Natural Products Alliance have called on FDA to elevate its Division of Dietary Supplement Programs (DDSP) in the Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (CFSAN) to a distinct Office.
Moreover, the high risk of life-threatening diseases and protection of health in elderly people have been the chief health concerns that lead to increased spending on dietary supplement products in this region, Zion points out.