Survey ways you want the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to regulate supplements

According to researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health, there is “broad public support for increased government regulation” of dietary supplements. (Of course, we don’t know what “impartial” survey questions generated this response.)

Government oversight is the LAST thing we need, and Americans should make that abundantly clear. Look what the FDA’s so-called regulation has done to the safety of our food supply. Since the agency started “guaranteeing” the safety of our food, we’ve had one epidemic after another of fatal food contaminations.

The only acceptable FDA regulation is a “hands-off” policy. The Health Sciences Institute will keep you posted on any further developments in this area. Look for updates via e-mail and your monthly Members Alert.

Source: Arch Inter Med 2001;161:805-10