Dietary supplement according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration

Article written by Cellan Diet Pills. The Food and Drug Administration define dietary supplements and those products that meet the criteria are considered as food supplements, not as drugs. Cellan Diet meets the definition of a dietary supplement and provides many benefits.

The United States government put the dietary supplements in the category of food, not in the category of drugs. Dietary supplement according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is a product that contains a dietary ingredient aimed at supplementing one’s diet and taken by mouth. That dietary ingredient may include vitamins, minerals, herbs, botanicals, and many others. It can also contain extracts or be a concentrate that can come in many forms such as powder, tablets and many other forms. However, a dietary supplement should not be a sole source of food, according to the FDA Guidelines and should carry a label complying with its requirements. Cellan Diet Pills clearly meets all FDA Guidelines for a supplement and is intended as one that brings many benefits. It contains dried and powdered inner seeds of African mango, several vitamins, green tea extract and an exclusive berry blend. It is intended to take by mouth.