Vitamins and Dietary Supplements
Reading vitamin and supplement labels can be challenging. Our experts give you tips on what certification means and how to verify label claims.
Use our tips when choosing your next vitamin or protein powder and be more educated when you head to the nutrition or health food store.
Higenamine in Supplements
Higenamine is a stimulant with unknown safety and potential cardiovascular risks.
Supplement and Vitamin Certification
Product and ingredient certification ensures an extra layer of quality for dietary supplements.
Dietary Supplements Claims, Labels and Regulations
Make an educated decision when shopping for dietary supplements, vitamins and sports supplements.
2-Aminoisoheptane in Weight Loss Supplements
Consumers are urged to avoid weight loss supplements that are labeled as containing 2-aminoisoheptane.
Certified for Sport® Program
Our Certified for Sport® program certifies dietary supplements to be free from substances banned by major sporting organizations.
Selecting Dietary and Nutritional Supplements
Learn what to look for when purchasing your next supplement.
DMAA in Supplements
Potentially harmful compounds such as DMAA have been found in over-the-counter supplements.
DMBA in Supplements
Consumers are urged to avoid products containing DMBA.
DEPEA in Supplements
Consumers should be vigilant about the dietary supplement products they choose.
Oxilofrine in Supplements
Avoid products containing potentially harmful compounds such as oxilofrine.
Cosmetics and Personal Care
Our experts explain our certifications for cosmetics and personal care products.Read more