FDA Letter

In 2008, Dr. Glickman received an FDA Warning Letter alleging his website made medical claims that had not undergone the FDA approval process.

That process customarily takes about twelve years, a one hundred thousand page application, and between fifty million to eight-hundred- forty million dollars.

FDA warning letters do not say that particular medical claims on the websites are false. They simply state that the website makes medical claims that require the company to either (1) remove them or (2) undergo the FDA approval process.

Most supplement companies remove the claims because the approval process is so burdensome. Dr. Glickman removed the alleged claims as well.

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