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AMINO ACID "PERMISSIBLE" MAXIMUM DAILY INTAKE LEVELS SUGGESTED BY NNFA

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AMINO ACID "PERMISSIBLE" MAXIMUM DAILY INTAKE LEVELS SUGGESTED BY NNFA in Dec. 15 comments on FDA's June 18 advance notice of proposed rulemaking (ANPR) on the regulation of dietary supplements. The National Nutritional Foods Association recommended "permissible maximum safe daily oral supplement intake" levels for "indispensable," or essential amino acids, and "dispensable," or non-essential, amino acids. NNFA suggested that its comments could "provide the basis for voluntary cautionary labeling where appropriate."
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