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In Brief: Dietary supplement label protest

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Dietary supplement label protest: Julian Whitaker, MD, of the Whitaker Wellness Institute staged a protest in front of the U.S. Supreme Court building on Aug. 11, selling his specially labeled "First Amendment" vitamin/mineral supplement. The First Amendment product's labeling claims that vitamins C, E and folate help reduce the risk of heart disease. Whitaker notified FDA Commissioner David Kessler of his intention to violate FDA regulations on health claims for dietary supplements in a July 18 letter, saying he has "no intention" of seeking agency approval of the "First Amendment" labeling claims...
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