Supplement Laws

cmyoun03 3 years ago in Supplements updated by Marc Lobliner 3 years ago 1

As a university student,  in some of my nutrition classes we've studied the supplement act of 1994. Several of my professors basically explain it as supplement companies being able to sell dirt in a bottle and call it a supplement. As a bodybuilder and someone whose taken supplements like BCAAS, preworkout etc for years, I'm curious how true their explanation is? I'm picky about what I take, hence why I use MTS, but from your experience what regulations/requirements do supplements have to meet/pass before you can sell them to the public? And what standards do supplement companies like MTS hold themselves to that maybe aren't necessarily required by law? 

DHSEA means it has to be found in nature. Is caffeine dirt? Your professors are idiots.

We use STUDIES and proven ingredients. If your idiotic professors want to debate me, we can