BSCG

AcronymDefinition
BSCGBanned Substances Control Group
BSCGBrazilian School of Cosmology and Gravitation
BSCGBariatric Scientific Collaborative Group (obesity)
BSCGBerkeley Street Community Garden (Boston, Massachusetts)
BSCGBiometrics Senior Coordinating Group
BSCGBaking Soda Chewing Gum (dental care)
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Samples of KSM-66 Ashwagandha have been analyzed for our full suite of prohibited compounds, and none was detected," said BSCG President Oliver Catlin.
We knew that the FDA was finding a lot of prescription and over-the-counter drugs not banned in sport in the course of their testing," said Oliver Catlin, BSCG President.
BSCG not only has become the first certification program to safeguard against drugs not banned in sport but also offers the broadest and most finely tuned protection available in the supplement certification industry against substances prohibited by WADA, NFL, MLB, PGA, LPGA, NHL, MLS, ATP, WTA, NCAA, NASCAR and other sporting groups.
his son, industry leader Oliver Catlin and respected attorney Ryan Connolly, BSCG grew out of the desire to protect elite athletes and professionals from ingesting hidden substances in supplement products that could lead to health concerns and positive drug tests.
According to BSCG athletes are held liable for any banned substances found during drug testing regardless of the origin of the substance," stated Brad Robb, Sports Marketing Executive of mix1.
BSCG assists responsible dietary supplement manufacturers by utilizing cutting edge anti-doping methodology to analyze and certify that a sample of a product was tested for a list of banned substances, and that no banned substances were found above certain detection limits.
The BSCG program has been developed and is overseen by the highly respected long-time anti-doping science pioneer and toxicologist Don Catlin, M.
We are proud that Protandim has been scrutinized and certified by the BSCG to ensure that consumers and athletes are able to take the product with confidence," stated David W.
According to the BSCG, athletes are held personally liable for any substances prohibited by the USADA, the IOC, the NCAA, and the NFL which may be present in their bloodstream, regardless of the substances' origins," stated Gene Tipps, Senior Vice President of Operations of LifeVantage.
BSCG has tested and determined LifePak(R) to be free of more than 80 substances banned by the International Olympic Committee (IOC), World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA), National Football League (NFL), National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), and many other international, professional and amateur sports leagues.
BSCG is the only certification program in the United States that uses IOC and WADA accredited laboratory for all analyses.