Labrada Nutrition Products are Free From Heavy Metal Contamination

In light of some recent news, I want to ensure everyone that Labrada Nutrition products are free from heavy metal contamination.  Furthermore, our products are also free from steroid/steroid derivative contamination, as well as from salmonella and bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE).


We will be revising the format of our various testing reports to put them in a concise one or two page assay that we can show interested parties.  I intend to have everything ready within the next few weeks.  We have various labs working together to make this happen.

The assays will include such tests as proximate analysis (carbs, fat, protein), sugars, microbiological activity, dicyandiamides/dihydrotriazines (creatine contaminants)…all of the aforementioned which we have been performing on our products for over 15 years.  We are now using the latest testing technology to test down to parts per BILLION (ppb) for many contaminants including steroids/steroid derivatives; melamine; heavy metals, etc.

Yours in Health,

Lee Labrada

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2 Responses for Labrada Nutrition Products are Free From Heavy Metal Contamination

  1. Joe De La Cruz

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    June 12, 2010 1:38 am

    The scary part about the report was that even some well known companies were on the list of proteins that contained metal contamination. If anything, because of the supplement industry being the way that it is, I’ll stick with a company with a proven track record of meeting label claims where you know that if it’s on the label, it’s in the product. Can’t go wrong with Labrada Nutrition. Looking forward to seeing the reports.

  2. brian Richardson

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    June 14, 2010 10:08 am

    We appreciate your diligence in providing adequate documentation that Labrada supplements are free from heavy metal contamination. Many reports are showing that common protein drinks found in supermarkets and convenient stores contain arsenic , mercury and cadmium. At what level does it become dangerous?

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