Tell Congress to Restore Free Speech for Nutritional Supplement Companies!

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The Testimonial Free Speech Act, HR 2908, would allow the dissemination of testimonials “containing a consumer’s actual perception of the mitigative, preventive, or curative properties of any food or dietary supplement based on the consumer’s experience with that food or dietary supplement.” To some extent, the bill addresses the FDA’s contention that only drugs can show real benefit—because, by the agency’s definition, only drugs can cure, mitigate, or treat disease. Any mention of the therapeutic benefits of supplements, whether through personal testimonials, citied scientific literature, etc., is automatically considered “misbranding.”

Two other Paul bills also support freedom of speech and freedom of information in the healthcare arena. Consumers need access to as much information as possible to make informed decisions for their families.

Ask your representative to fully support all three bills.

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