Researchers in the United States and Korea have discovered a chemical in a popular sports supplement that is similar to meth. Test results of Craze, which is a pre-workout formula, tested positive for the substance. This supplement is widely popular across the United States and worldwide. It has been named Bodybuilding.com's Supplement of the Year. The company which sells this product is based in New York. The label states on the label it contains only natural ingredients. Researchers at Harvard have been studying the effects of various supplements. These researchers have been worried about these drugs because quality control measures are weak in this industry. The team of outside researchers is worried about the long term affects on consumers. Because a substance in Craze is so much like methamphetamines, the long term health risks may be very serious. Those researchers have stated that the addictive compound is not in Craze, but other similarities exist. An attorney for Craze has stated the company used a DEA certified laboratory in developing this product and submitted its research to applicable government authorities. Due to the government shutdown, reporters have been unable to get a statement from the USDA.
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