FDA may do something worthwhile for once


  1. this is a decorated cover up....this means more restriction due to pre-sale inspections. do you think a new pro steroid supplement would be passed under these new guidelines? i dont think so.

    this is getting near worst case scenario for the pro hormone/ps industry.

  2. Quote Originally Posted by jomi822 View Post
    this is a decorated cover up....this means more restriction due to pre-sale inspections. do you think a new pro steroid supplement would be passed under these new guidelines? i dont think so.

    this is getting near worst case scenario for the pro hormone/ps industry.
    I really don't see how. This law requires that what they say is in it is actually in it in the exact concentration listed. It also means they can't have any extra active ingredients that aren't listed.

    In other words, this law is just basically saying "don't commit fraud." Funny how they needed a new law for that. I always thought you weren't allowed to lie on a label regarding what ingredients are or are not in your product.

    The way I see it, the biggest problem with the supplement industry isn't supplements that work or not, it's supplements that actually contain what their label says!
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