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Immunity, Weight Loss Supplement Marketers Risk FTC Scrutiny By Ignoring Industry Self-Regulation

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NAD forwards to regulatory agency its concerns about claims by Hypernatural and Letitox Nutrition after they didn’t participate in the industry self-regulation forum. Both firms’ claims were challenged by the Council for Responsible Nutrition as part of a program with NAD it previously supported.

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