One-Two Punch On Supplements From Former FDA Investigator, Harvard Researchers
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Jeff Novitzky, VP of athlete health and performance at Ultimate Fighting Championship, discusses violative supplements at a Dietary Supplement Caucus briefing for lawmakers and congressional staff. Harvard researchers roundly criticize the products' potential health benefits.
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