http://www.anh-usa.org/the-fda-doesn...our-nutrients/ What the latest legislation is saying is if any nutrient studies are published in future showing health improvements, then that nutrient ceases to be classed as a dietary supplement and becomes a drug and can no longer be sold as a supplement. This will effectively prevent any future research being published on supplements used by members such as folate, B12 and TMG,affecting any improvement in any health condition. If it is published then the supplement(s) can be banned and no longer manufactured. An example of this has already happened in the past to a vitamin B6 dietary supplement compound called pyridoxamine in 2009. Pyridoxamine was used by millions of diabetes sufferers to prevent Advanced Glycation End Products(AGE's) and was very effective so much so, that a Pharma company petitioned the FDA to have it declared a drug and ban any supplements from being manufactured in future. This was passed by the FDA and millions of people where denied a cheap treatment by a dietary supplement in favor of a pharma drug (which is still not on the market). http://www.lef.org/magazine/2009/7/f...xamine/Page-01 The article gives information about sending comments to the FDA about this scandal. I think all US members should voice their concern about the possible future infringement of their rights to purchase supplements they may have come to rely on over many years. .