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NSF Certified for Sport
Who Recognizes the Certification?
NSF International’s Athletic Banned Substances Certification Program helps athletes, coaches and trainers make more informed decisions when choosing nutritional products. The program has been recommended by key athletic organizations, including: MLB, MLBPA, NFL, NFLPA, NCAA, WADA, and CCES.
A Truly Independent Program
NSF developed an independent national standard – NSF/ANSI Standard 173 to assure consumers that what’s on the label matches what’s in the bottle. The NSF Certification Program, which is based on this Standard, protects consumers by testing for contaminants and verifying that NSF Certified supplements contain the ingredients stated on the label.
NSF does not simply evaluate test data submitted by manufacturers. The program starts by auditing each production facility separately. Samples of the products produced at each plant are then tested by NSF’s accredited laboratories to determine if the actual contents of the tested products match those printed on the label.
The NSF Certification Program
There are three main components of the NSF dietary supplements certification program:
1. Determining if the ingredients in the tested products match what is shown on the product’s label.
2. Determining if any ingredients are present in the tested products that are not disclosed on the label.
3. Determining if any contaminants are present in the tested products.