Medical Validation

Disease claims for Medical Foods must be supported by sound scientific evidence, including clinical investigations, to substantiate assertions of successful nutritional management of the disease.

In this respect they are closer to drug products than they are to dietary supplements, which can make health benefit pronouncements based on literature or a mere history of traditional use and do not require specific studies.

The ingredients for Medical Foods must be deemed as safe and effective therapies and all research and papers are submitted to the FDA to support registration.

All Medical Food ingredients are demonstrated as safe and effective. Medical Foods and ingredients have been shown to be efficacious in clinical trails, including both double blind and placebo controlled.

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Product Monographs

Frost and Sullivan (Clinical trials, product overviews)