A quarter century ago, Congress passed the Dietary Supplement Health & Education Act of 1994 (DSHEA). One of the lead architects of the original law, attorney Scott Bass, was a champion for the dietary supplement industry, working collaboratively with Sen. Orrin Hatch, Rep. Bill Richardson and industry colleagues like Loren Israelsen to craft a bill that would protect the rights of the industry and consumers. With the power of hindsight, Bass takes on the new dietary ingredient (NDI) provision, appropriate product claims and the need to develop a DSHEA 2.0 to benefit both industry and consumers.
Key points of this podcast include:
How the NDI language was drafted and how industry’s failure to play by the rules suggests mandatory listing may be a necessary regulatory change.
A discussion of how to incentivize companies to do more clinical research into safety and efficacy of their ingredients and products.
Steps that could be put into place to provide more resources to FDA to effectively regulate the industry.
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Links and Resources:
• Want additional perspective on DSHEA? Listen to a GMP auditor's take in a podcast featuring Tara Lin Couch, Ph.D., and INSIDER’s Sandy Almendarez.
• Looking for the basics on DSHEA? Check out this podcast from INSIDER’s Sandy Almendarez and Josh Long
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