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The FDA does not strictly regulate dietary supplements. As a result, supplements may not be as pure as stated on the label and may have potentially harmful contaminants. When purchasing dietary supplements, choose products approved by United States Pharmacopeia (USP) or other reputable sources.
Dietary supplements may interact with medications or other dietary supplements, and may even contain ingredients not listed on the label. To help ensure coordinated and safe use, inform your health care provider about any dietary supplements you are using.
Remember, taking dietary supplements alone will not reduce your disease risk. You must engage in complementary behaviors such as healthy eating and regular physical activity. Visit the "Dietary Guidelines for Americans" publication for more information.
MuscleMaster.com, Inc. (www.MuscleMaster.com) announced that it is conducting a voluntary nationwide recall of all lots and expiration dates of the seventeen listed dietary supplements sold between June 1, 2009 and November 17, 2009 (hereinafter "Recalled Products"). Click here to read more.