Adulterated & Mislabeled Supplements

Contamination, substitution and falsely labeling nutritional supplement products constitutes deceptive business practices but more importantly, presents considerable health risks for consumers.

Manufacturers of products sold as dietary supplements have a clear responsibility under the law to ensure that the products they are selling are indeed dietary supplements, and not synthetic steroid clones or prescription drugs masquerading as dietary supplements.

Manufacturers that fail to adhere to good manufacturing processes may expose consumers to contaminated supplements or intentionally and knowingly spike nutritional supplements with selective androgen receptor modules, synthetic steroids, or illegal steroids. Such acts can interact with consumers prescription drugs, decrease/increase blood pressure, increase cholesterol, impact liver values, lead to sterilization, impotence, diabetes, heart disease, and loss of scholarships or endorsements for professional and collegiate athletes.