Yes. We source only the best and highest quality ingredients from around the world and all our products are manufactured in the USA in an FDA-registered facility under strict adherence to good manufacturing practices (GMPs).
Yes! In addition to having all of our dietary supplements undergo a strict and rigorous third party testing, the FDA regulates the manufacturing, safety of ingredients and marketing practices of dietary supplements. Havasu Nutrition proudly aligns itself with Good Manufacturing Practices and goes beyond where FDA requirements stop, such as partnering with independent organizations that establish quality and testing standards.
While each person is unique, results and speed at which results come may vary from each individual. Most customers report best results after 2 weeks of consistent use. We highly encourage you to take the product every day and remain consistent for optimal results.
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulates production, marketing and sale of dietary supplements:
Any marketing claims made by supplement marketers are monitored by the FDA, which issues warning or cease and desist letters to those that don’t follow regulations. The FDA ensures that marketers do not claim that their products cure or reduce diseases or their symptoms.
Any introduction of new supplement ingredients to the market must be submitted to the FDA for review. This can be done by either qualifying the products for Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS) status or by submitting a New Dietary Ingredient (NDI) notification to FDA.
In case an ingredient is believed to be harmful, the FDA gives instructions regarding warning requirements on the supplement label. If necessary, it can also order the removal of the ingredient from the market. This is what it did with ephedra a number of years ago.
All manufacturing facilities undergo periodic FDA inspections to confirm adherence to Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs).
These Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs) issued by FDA cover everything from verification of raw material to proper product testing and labeling.
More information can be found directly on the FDA’s website.