Dietary Supplement Label Database

The Dietary Supplement Label Database (DSLD) was developed by the Office of Dietary Supplements (ODS) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), serves as a comprehensive repository of information printed on labels of dietary supplement products available in the United States. Created in response to congressional recommendations in 2004, the DSLD plays a pivotal role in cataloging over 178,000 labels sourced from national surveys and voluntary submissions by dietary supplement manufacturers and marketers. The database encompasses both on-market and off-market products. The DSLD provides detailed information, including images of package labels, ingredient names and forms, amounts of dietary ingredients, and all label statements. This wealth of data includes the Dietary Supplement Fact SheetsDietary Supplements: What You Need to KnowDictionary of Dietary Supplement Terms, nd some useful downloads, such as this form you can use/adapt for your clients to record the dietary supplements, prescription drugs, and over-the-counter medicines they take. With regular updates to accommodate new products and reflect label changes, the DSLD is a great tool for clinical nutritionists seeking information on dietary supplements.

Cost: Free