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Fraud and Nutrition Misinformation

Find resources to help with identifying nutrition misinformation and fraudulent health claims, which may be used with dietary supplements and weight loss products.

HHS. Food and Drug Administration.

Browse a list of products with FDA health fraud violations, including dietary supplements with suspicious health claims and foods with new or undeclared dietary ingredients.

HHS. National Institutes of Health. National Center for Complimentary and Integrative Health.

Get information about finding credible health and dietary supplement information on the Internet, social media, and mobile apps. Also in Spanish.

HHS. Office of the Surgeon General.

Explore reports and resources related to health misinformation, including the "Community Toolkit for Addressing Health Misinformation," which is available in English and Spanish.

Federal Trade Commission.

Discover how to identify common health scams for dietary supplements and other health products. Also in Spanish.