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Dietary supplements should meet USP standards to cite outside structure/function data.

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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OUTSIDE DATA ON NON-USP SUBSTANCE INAPPROPRIATE FOR CLAIM SUBSTANTIATION, Utah Natural Products Director Loren Israelsen told a March 1 session of the National Nutritional Foods Association's symposium on structure/function claims. It may not be "applicable or in some cases even lawful to `borrow' science done on a non-compendial substance" to substantiate a structure/function claim, because the substance tested and the product for which the claim is made may differ, he cautioned.
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