Structure/function claims: incentives for better substantiation needed, commission told.
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
STRUCTURE/FUNCTION CLAIM SUBSTANTIATION INCENTIVES NEEDED to encourage better scientific support for the claims, according to an ad hoc sub-committee of the President's Commission on Dietary Supplement Labels. The group recommended that some type of review be conducted in the private sector on the substantiation data for at least some statements of nutritional support or structure/function claims.
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