Piracetam supplements elicit warning
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Executive SummaryFDA says the manufacturer of Smart Powders strength-training dietary supplements, Unlimited Nutrition Scivation Inc., violates supplement and drug regulations, including using an ingredient that the agency rejected for use in supplements. An Aug. 30 warning letter says the Graham, N.C., firm markets products that list the ingredient piracetam, the subject of a new dietary ingredient notification the Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition rejected in 2004. Unlimited Nutrition markets other strength-training products with aromatase inhibitors and makes claims on its website that cause its products to be drugs, according to the letter
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