According to the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act, as amended, Section 201 (g) (1), the term "drug" is defined to mean: "Articles intended for use in the Diagnosis, Cure, Mitigation, Treatment, or Prevention of diease."

A vitamin is not a drug, neither is a mineral, trace element, amino acid, herb, or homeopathic remedy.

Although a Vitamin, a Mineral, Trace Element, Amino Acid, Herb or Homeopathic Remedy may have an effect on any disease process or symptoms, this does not mean that it can be misrepresented, or be classified as a drug by anyone.

Therefore, please be advised that any suggested nutritional advice or dietary advice is not intended as a primary treatment and/or therapy for any disease or particular bodily symptom.

Nutritional counseling, vitamin recommendations, nutritional advice, and the adjunctive schedule of nutrition is provided soley to upgrade the quality of foods in the patient's diet in order to supply good nutrition supporting the physiological and biomechanical processes of the human body.

The information on this website has not been evaluated by the FDA and is not intended to treat, cure, or prevent any disease.