August 2019

Two New Ingredients Added to FDA Advisory List

In April 2019 the FDA released the Dietary Supplement Ingredient Advisory List. Since then, two new ingredients have been added to the list: N-methyltyramine and octopamine. For more details about these and other ingredients included on the FDA’s Dietary Supplement Advisory List, check out our FDA Advisory page.

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