Science and Business References
Youngevity® is proud to be listed in the PDR (Physicians Desk Reference). This reference goes out to more than 100,000 doctors and health professionals each year. We have been listed in the PDR since 2002.
Youngevity® is proud to be a member of the NNFA (National Nutritional Foods Association, founded in 1936) and we voluntarily participate in the "TruLabel" Registration and Random Testing Program which fosters quality assurance. The NNFA is recognized for its strong, aggressive lobbying presence in Washington, D.C., where it serves as the industry watchdog on regulatory and legislative matters.
Youngevity® has received recognition in national industry trade magazines for its submission of a health petition claim for Selenium and its positive effects for the human body.
Youngevity® a member in good standing of the Better Business Bureau, The California Chamber of Commerce and the Direct Selling Women's Alliance.
Youngevity® products are Dietary Supplements and as such, are not registered or approved by the FDA. The FDA does not approve Dietary Supplements.
Several of the Australian Longevity® products are registered with the TGA (Therapeutic Goods Administration) which is the equivalent of the FDA in Australia.
Many of the Canadian Longevity® products are registered with Health Canada and have been issued DIN numbers (Drug Identification Numbers). These products are not to be confused with Pharmaceutical Drugs. Many products the US FDA consider to be Dietary Supplements are considered to be drugs in other countries, due to the therapeutic nature of vitamins and minerals. We hold more than 20 International Trademarks and Patents, with many more in the process of approval.
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These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration, and are for informational purposes only. The FDA has not approved vitamins or supplements. Consult your health care professional before embarking on any supplementation program.
"For the rapid increase in
knowledge it becomes more and more apparent that the science of
nutrition is the foundation of a more rational medicine. It is to be
hoped that on future occasions the work of this section will not be
limited to physiological, biochemical, pathological, and medical
aspects of the subject, but that it will include those that are
veterinary and agricultural."