Second Warning, Second Unsafe Ingredient For Total Body Nutrition
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
FDA's Sept. 28 warning letter to Total Body Nutrition also noted violative claims and labeling for its products marketed with the TBN brand and listed GMP problems. First methylsynephrine in 2016, now DMAA land firm on FDA enforcement radar.
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