Legal Loopholes For Dietary Supplements Must Be Sealed

Law360, New York (January 4, 2017, 11:29 AM EST) -- Few parents would knowingly let their teenager buy a month’s cycle of anabolic steroids. But what if they’re just buying a container of “BroPower” — a fictional name for a real product which bills itself as “intended for use by hardcore athletes who are trying to gain extreme size and strength?”

Anyone with $89.99, plus shipping, gets a one-month supply to boost muscle mass, libido and “aggression in the gym.” The active ingredients include methylsten, listed as “a powerful strength builder, which does not aromatize into any estrogenic compound and has no affinity for progesterone receptor, leaving users with increased strength...

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