This month, industry members including the Council for Responsible Nutriton (CRN), USP and INSIDER, are celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994 (DSHEA).
INSIDER documentary “DSHEA: The Rest of the Story," which will debut at SupplySide West on Wednesday, Oct. 8 from 3 to 4 p.m. on the SupplySide Central Stage.
At SupplySide West, the Sports Nutrition Workshop will discuss identifying the right ingredients, selecting the target market and keeping an eye on product quality.
The SupplySide R&D Insights Summit, held at SupplySide West 2014, will take a look at the impact of R&D on the evolving sports/active nutrition market.
The Natural Products INSIDER education track at SupplySide West will be filled with key insights from experts in the dietary supplements industry.
The Harvard Health Letter’s August 2014 edition says supplements don’t benefit people with heart disease and may even pose health risks, however the article contains inaccuracies and unsupported statements.
In a letter to NPA members, new executive director and CEO Daniel Fabricant, Ph.D., said the trade organization is looking to reinstate its trade show, expand its membership and refocus efforts on its PAC.
Sports dietitians are recommending that athletes stay away from supplements that contain “proprietary blends" on their labels. They say supplements should be avoided if they don’t specifically list the ingredients and the amounts.