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Though the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994 (DSHEA) gave the FDA the authority to oversee dietary supplements, it did not grant the FDA broad authority to review supplements before they reach the market (as it does with prescription drugs).
The FDA is seeking to modernize DSHEA to provide for a transparent marketplace, help facilitate a risk-based regulation of dietary supplements, and clarify FDA’s authorities relating to products marketed as ‘"dietary supplements."
In this guide, we:
- Describe how the FDA defines supplements
- Review the way DSHEA currently works
- Explain the proposed amendments to DSHEA
- Talk about how these changes could impact you
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