The following is taken from the official document posted September 22, 2010 by Synergy Worldwide and Lynda Hammons, VP, QA and Regulatory Affairs
ProArgi-9 Plus WADA Compliance
To Whom It May Concern:
The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) seeks to eliminate very specific natural and synthetic drug substances in certain quantities from high-level competition. WADA publishes a Prohibited List to define substances and methods prohibited at all times (in-and out-of-competition).
After careful review of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) 2010 Prohibited List, none of the ingredients in ProArgi-9 Plus have been found to violate the WADA compliance standards. As a result, this product can be a safe and beneficial addition to the diets of high-level competitors concerned with avoiding substances banned by WADA.
During manufacture, quality assurance procedures are followed to ensure that ProArgi-9 Plus is protected against adulteration, label ingredient claims are met, and that the finished product and ingredients are free of athletic banned substances. The cleaning and sanitizing standard operating procedures have been validated to assure no cross-contamination can occur during the manufacturing process. In addition, none of the substances listed on the Prohibited List are used or permitted in the manufacturing facility.
Vice President, QA and Regulatory Affairs
< document is notorized 22nd day of September 2010, cynthia k. adamson >