The U.S. Supplement Facts Panel is Changing – What you need to know
Presented by: Andrew Halpner, Ph.D., Vice President, Science and Technical Services
Thursday, November 9, 2017
Nutrient fact panels describe the nutritional content of food and supplements. Over 20 years have passed since these panels were last revised. Only recently has the United States Food and Drug Administration mandated changes to nutrition and supplement facts panels. As a result, Pure Encapsulation’s supplement fact panels will be updated in 2018. In this webinar, Dr. Andrew Halpner will explain what you need to know about these upcoming changes.
- Learn what changes will be made to the dietary supplement panel and why
- Understand how these changes impact the Daily Value of key nutrients
- Review the new units of measure for vitamins A, vitamin E and folate
Dr. Andrew Halpner is the Vice President of Science and Technical Services at Atrium Innovations, Inc. He received his PhD in Nutrition from the Tufts University School of Nutrition Science and Policy and has been working in the dietary supplement field for almost 20 years. His research and interests have focused on antioxidant nutrients, including their interactions and abilities to prevent and treat age-related degenerative conditions. Dr. Halpner has extensive knowledge and expertise in product formulation and the raw materials and technologies used to create cutting-edge nutritional supplements. Dr. Halpner has lectured nationally and internationally on various topics pertaining to nutrition and has authored numerous research articles.