InterHealth Responsible For Zychrome Claims By Manufacturers – NAD
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
NAD recommends InterHealth discontinue superiority claims comparing its Zychrome chromium dinicocysteinate ingredient to Nutrition 21’s chromium picolinate product, Chromax. The decision tracks FTC’s position of holding branded ingredient suppliers responsible for claims made by their customers.
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