Migliaccio & Rathod LLP is currently investigating dietary supplement manufacturers for product contamination. Consumers allege supplements, primarily performance enhancers, often arrive on market tainted with unlabeled and potentially dangerous substances. One such substance, Ostarine, belonging to a category of drug compounds called Selective Androgen Receptor Modulators (SARMs), is illegal to sell for human consumption and is banned at all levels of athletic participation. Nevertheless, many prominent athletes, including Tennessee Titans offensive tackle Taylor Lewan, have faced disciplinary action as a result of unknowingly ingesting supplements contaminated with Ostarine. Similar instances proliferate throughout all athletics. Even supplements marketed for general consumption risk contamination. Watchdogs cite low-cost, haphazard manufacturing processes and poor quality-control procedures as the principal culprits of unintentional contamination.
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