In the fast-paced sports nutrition supplement and functional food space, you take your eye off the ball for a minute and you’re at a disadvantage. With ever-evolving science and stiff competition among innovators, along with demand from athletes, weekend warriors, and everyday health-conscious consumers, responsible companies must be agile while staying in-bounds when it comes to legal and regulatory requirements. FDA has identified bodybuilding and weight loss dietary supplements as “high-risk” for adulteration with hidden or deceptively labeled ingredients. Bad actors pushing Illegal or undisclosed ingredients lead to foul play—putting consumers at risk and tarnishing the reputation of responsible manufacturers and marketers. This webinar features experts who will highlight important legal and regulatory issues impacting the sports nutrition industry and provide an update on emerging science on key ingredients you need to know to keep your company in the game.
This webinar will help you:
- Stay up-to-date on legislative efforts to restrict access to weight loss and bodybuilding dietary supplements and learn more about CRN’s efforts to protect access to legal products
- Understand the science supporting the safety of creatine and other popular sports nutrition ingredients
- Navigate regulatory and legal requirements for those sports nutrition supplements identified as high-risk by FDA
- Learn about hot new ingredients—which ones are backed by science and which to avoid, such as Selective Androgen Receptor Modulators (SARMs)
A Q&A period will follow speaker presentations.
Presenter details and registration coming soon from Natural Products INSIDER.
Duffy MacKay, N.D.
Senior Vice President, Scientific & Regulatory Affairs, CRN
Attorney, FerriterScobbo & Rodophele PC
Tim N. Ziegenfuss, Ph.D.
CSCS, FISSN, CEO, The Center for Applied Health Sciences
Richard B. Kreider, Ph.D., FACSM, FISSN, FACN, FNAK
Professor & Executive Director, Human Clinical Research Facility, Texas A&M University
Rick Collins, Esq., CSCS
Partner, Collins Gann McCloskey & Barry PLLC