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FDA Ushers Out Known DMAA, Closes Dietary Ingredient Door

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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USPlabs says it will reformulate its DMAA supplements, although it “stands by the safety and legality” of the products. FDA says “credible science” shows DMAA is not a botanical, not a dietary ingredient and will not be accepted in an NDI notification.

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