Certified Banned Substance Free

Certified Banned Substance Free

The dietary supplement industry can leave you with a lot of questions. There are so many brands and price points it can be difficult to know if you are getting a quality product.

Quality manufacturers should be testing for contaminants such as mold, microbial content, and that label claims are met. However time has shown that this level of testing can miss contaminants present in the formula.

You have probably heard of athletes failing drug tests due to a contaminated supplement. This is often not caught due to a variety of factors. 

  1. Contaminated raw materials.
  2. Insufficiently cleaned manufacturing equipment or process.
  3. Brands knowingly putting a banned substance in their product.

Utilizing trustworthy suppliers and manufacturing partners can greatly reduce the potential for contaminants. An extra step is to specifically test for banned substances.

We go above and beyond the minimum standards to provide product transparency that has a dedication to quality and process standards. We third party certify all of our products free of banned substances in effort to protect the end consumer. We just don't talk about quality, we have the certifications to stand behind it.

We are proud to partner with the Banned Substances Control Group to complete this testing. They certify that every batch of every product is free of banned substances and other contaminants every time that it is produced.

Q: I am not an athlete, does this testing really apply to me?

The BSCG Certified Drug Free Program not only tests for banned substances, but also substances not banned in sport that can be harmful to your health such as prescription, over-the-counter and illicit drugs.

When you see the BSCG Certified Drug Free® seal you can be assured that product and manufacturer has gone through total compliance, quality control and testing processes.


These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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