I intentionally left this wide open to interpretation. We all know about things that have been taken off of the market, specifically stimulants and methylated forms of various steroids and cutting agents, but should the FDA make it a regular practice to regulate all consumer supplements? What are your thoughts?
Also, based on your certifications, what is your professional position on recommending supplements? If you’re a club owner, do you sell supplements in your facility?
“YES” in capital letters. Control by the FDA does not automatically mean that people do not have access to the supplement any more. But it would mean that there are certain safeguards that will ensure (hopefully) that there is a correlation between the label on the bottle and its content.
On the other part of your question, I am also in complete agreement with LaRue. I do not sell supplements and I do not make recommendations. I have subscribed to the Nutrition Action Healthletter by CSPI of which I think highly. The issues are at my studio, and my clients can read the articles for themselves.