Health Supplement Quality Control and the FDA’s Lack of Interest in the Topic

Executive Summary

  • The FDA is strongly opposed to supplements and would restrict them if they could.
  • This article covers how the FDA functions as a drug puppet.

Introduction

The FDA wants the authority to regulate supplements, but they do not have any interest in providing quality control and certification for supplements. This illustrates that the FDA is interested in accruing power, but even with 15,000 employees, is not interested in doing much work.

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