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This profile was last updated on 6/16/06  and contains information from public web pages.
 
Background

Employment History

  • Chief Executive Officer
    Higher Power Nutrition
  • Owner
    Higher Power Nutrition
Web References
HSR - Health Supplement Retailer 02/2003: government watch
www.hsrmagazine.com, 16 June 2006 [cached]
In a Nov. 13 letter sent to Ryan DeLuca, owner of Boise, Idaho-based Higher Power Nutrition, the company was cited for marketing its sports supplements as drugs.
STLtoday - News - Nation
www.stltoday.com, 11 Mar 2004 [cached]
"Our view is that people should be able to choose what they want to put in their bodies," said Ryan DeLuca, chief executive of Higher Power Inc., one of the firms that received an FDA warning Thursday.DeLuca said the FDA letter required a response within 15 days.
USATODAY.com - Federal government targets supplements
www.usatoday.com, 12 Mar 2004 [cached]
Ryan DeLuca, the CEO of Higher Power in Boise, said his company will comply with the ban.He said andro was not an in-demand product now but predicted "a large black market" would result from a ban."Then the production of these products will be uncontrolled and unsafe," he said.
SBN
www.sportsbusinessnews.com, 12 Mar 2004 [cached]
If adults "use it safely and with the recommended dosage, and don't take it for too long, there should be no problem," says Ryan DeLuca, chief executive of Higher Power Inc., a Boise, Idaho, company that sells andro-containing supplements through Bodybuilding.com and under its own label.If Congress or the FDA seeks to ban the product, he says, andro will likely be driven underground, "creating a black market which is automatically more dangerous."
HSR - Health Supplement Retailer 02/2003: government watch
www.naturalbeautyretailer.com, 11 Feb 2003 [cached]
In a Nov. 13 letter sent to Ryan DeLuca, owner of Boise, Idaho-based Higher Power Nutrition, the company was cited for marketing its sports supplements as drugs.Reportedly, products such as Test-4-Blast, TestroGel, and MedLean Andro SportsCreme--all of which are topically applied--and Pharmalogic XRX ANDROGENX Nasal Andro--an intranasal product--cannot be dietary supplements since they bypass the alimentary canal (a tubal organ extending from the mouth down) by direct absorption through the skin or nasal mucosa.And because these products are sold via a Web site (http://www.bodybuilding.com/), HHS also wrote that "new drugs" may not be introduced or delivered for introduction into interstate commerce unless approved as a new drug application (NDA).The company had 15 working days within receipt of the letter to correct the violations.
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