SARMs Spells Latest 'Synthetic Steroids' FDA Finds In Supplements
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
FDA warns three US firms marketing products labeled as dietary supplements but containing selective androgen receptor modulators, SARMs, anabolic steroid-like ingredients that have the potential to increase the risk of heart attack and stroke and for which long-term effects are unknown.
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Four groups say drug identified as “phenibut” is being used in products fraudulently labeled as supplements. The drug, reportedly developed in the former Soviet Union for brain-enhancing properties, has been found in products typically marketed for cognitive benefit and mood enhancement."We're not going to wait for someone to tell us this is not a dietary ingredient," says CRN executive Duffy MacKay.
Saje Natural Wellness recalls Splish Splash Gentle Baby Wash due to potential contamination with bacteria Pseudomonas aeruginosa and potential bacteria contamination also prompted a recall by another personal care product brand, Bath and Body Works Pure Simplicity. FDA recalls database shows a recall of DMAA-containing dietary supplements opened in 2012 was terminated on July 5.