Supplement maker Nutrex Research has hit back at allegations made in two class action lawsuits filed in the wake of the FDA crackdown on controversial pre-workout stimulant DMAA (1,3-Dimethylamylamine).
Controversial ingredient DMAA is not detectable in plant material and oil from geranium (Pelargonium graveolens), says a new analysis that has been hailed as the ‘final coffin nail in the long suffering DMAA debate’.
The Olympic Games have in the past brought the food supplements industry to the edge of its collective seat – but not necessarily in fevered anticipation of the world-class sporting fare on offer as anti-doping scrutiny has raised contamination issues.
60-second interview: Joe Archer, All American Pharmaceutical
With the future looking decidedly uncertain for pre-workout stimulant DMAA (1,3-Dimethylamylamine), attention is turning to alternatives, Joe Archer, VP sales and marketing at contract manufacturer All American Pharmaceutical tells Elaine Watson
Thanks to the internet, training tips and product advice that used to be the preserve of elite athletes and bodybuilders is now available to everyone, Brian Andrews, president of California-based sports nutrition firm All American EFX tells Elaine Watson....
A class action lawsuit filed against Nutrex Research over the safety and regulatory status of supplements containing DMAA (1,3-Dimethylamylamine) has been given the green light to proceed by a judge in California.
USPLabs has taken legal action against a Max Muscle franchisee in Reno, Nevada, accusing owner Philip Tracy of making "false and disparaging" comments about its Jack3d supplement, and its core ingredient DMAA (1,3-Dimethylamylamine).
Company mottos and mission statements are marvelous – they talk about lofty goals, commitments to people and the environment, and leaving the planet a better place than how they found it. But boil it all down and there are only two words that companies...
All 10 recipients of FDA warning letters on DMAA have now written back, although only one - Nutrex Research - has so far revealed what it said (notably that the agency's interpretation of the law is “demonstrably wrong”).
The whole “adventure” over DMAA (1,3-Dimethylamylamine) is “a perfect example of a gaping loophole in the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act (DSHEA) which needs to closed”, according to one academic.