Does USADA endorse supplements?

Does USADA endorse supplements?

USADA does not evaluate, certify, approve, or endorse any dietary supplement or any dietary supplement company.

What does supplement 411 do?

Supplement 411 is the latest tool in a growing collection of resources including, publications, presentations, and online resources USADA provides to help parents, athletes, and athlete support personnel understand the risks associated with the use of dietary supplements and provide them the necessary information to …

Is creatine USADA approved?

Is creatine prohibited? No, creatine is not prohibited. Although creatine can have a small effect on performance, the effects are not guaranteed and the specific training program remains most influential.

What supplement companies are 3rd party tested?

Third-party testing. We looked for brands that have undergone testing by an independent lab to ensure safety, potency, and purity. Examples of third-party organizations to look for include NSF International, Consumer Lab, and U.S. Pharmacopeia (USP).

Is B12 a banned substance?

Vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin) is not prohibited because the cobalt present does not have the same effects as elemental cobalt or cobalt salts. In addition, the amount of cobalt that is naturally contained in food is not significant and would not be enough to act as a doping agent.

What supplements are banned by USADA?

The Prohibited List – Substances and Methods

  • Anabolic Androgenic Steroids (AAS) Anti-Aging and Hormone Replacement Therapies. Boldenone. DHEA. Pregnenolone. Testosterone. Stanozolol.
  • Other Anabolic Agents. Selective Androgen Receptor Modulators (SARMs) LGD-4033. Ostarine. Zeranol.

Is BCAA banned by WADA?

It was originally categorized as a stimulant and has since been moved to category S4 Hormone and Metabolic Modulators on the WADA Prohibited List.

Is creatine banned WADA?

Creatine is available over the counter and in various forms. It is not screened for or banned by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), the International Olympic Committee (IOC), or the NCAA.

Is creatine a banned NCAA substance?

NCAA-banned substances* (e.g., stimulants, anabolic steroids, testosterone products, marijuana) and impermissible Nutritional Supplements that NCAA member institutions may not provide to student-athletes (e.g., creatine, amino acids, ginseng, most energy or stimulant drinks)].