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Disclaimer: When Buying Supplements
Any recommendations made are not meant for medical diagnosis, and products presented on this website are nutritional or dietary supplements and not medicine.
The products and claims made about specific products have not been evaluated by the United States Food and Drug Administration. They are not approved to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease.
Please consult with your physician before taking new supplements.
Supplement Quality Organizations
Know What You Are Putting In Your Body
Supplement manufactures are required to ensure their products are safe before they put them on the market. They are also responsible for ensuring their products meet quality standards, including accurate labeling, and are contaminant/foreign material free.
However, they are not required to have FDA premarket review for safety or efficacy.
The FDA monitors safety by collecting reports on adverse events from consumers, health professionals, and manufacturers through their MedWatch program, their adverse event reporting program.
Below is a list of organizations that evaluate supplement quality and produce evidence-based information for consumers to review: