Central Connecticut State University

Supplementation

 

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CCSU's policy on dietary supplement is based on the NCAA's position of  “caution”.  The Food and Drug Administration and the supplement producers do not regulate dietary supplements. They are not legally bound to disclose all ingredients. Some of these supplements may contain NCAA banned substances.  Ingesting them can result in a positive drug test with a penalty of a one-year loss of eligibility.

 

Student-athletes should consult with the sports medicine staff and/or Compliance Coordinator before taking ANY nutritional supplements.  The National Center for Drug Free Sport, Inc, an NCAA Consultant, provides a dietary supplement Resource Exchange Center, (REC) as a source for institutions.  It may be accessed at www.drugfreesport.com.

 

 

 

 

 

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