LabDoor curates the top data from US and international sources of manufacturer, regulatory, and clinical data. Then we build our proprietary data algorithms on top of this information to answer the key questions about your products: Does it work? Is it safe? What's the cost? Here are our top ten sources:
INDEPENDENT ANALYTICAL LABS
Top source of LabDoor proprietary data. When manufacturers hide ingredient information from the public, we go into the lab and find out the truth for you.
US FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION
Top source of LabDoor data methodology. Sets the standards for independent lab verification of pharmaceuticals and supplements.
NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH
Sponsors top health-related research, including clinical trials about efficacy of top pharmaceuticals, supplements, and cosmetics.
NATIONAL LIBRARY OF MEDICINE
NLM manages top data and research resources like PubMed, MEDLINE, and TOXNET. The NLM also provides direct access to label data.
US CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS
Sets standards for regulation of agencies like the FDA.
US GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTABILITY OFFICE
The GAO acts as the top watchdog for agencies like the FDA. The GAO helps find flaws in their systems, and LabDoor adjusts accordingly.
INSTITUTE OF MEDICINE
Recommends upper and lower limits for supplement ingredients based on newer methods and data than current daily values.
PUBMED - US NATIONAL LIBRARY OF MEDICINE
A great source of clinical efficacy and safety data for research on active and inactive ingredients and a full range of products.
FOOD STANDARDS AGENCY
For dietary supplement ingredients where a daily value has not been set in the U.S., LabDoor often uses FSA standards.
EUROPEAN MEDICINES AGENCY
The European Union equivalent to the FDA. Adds greater regulatory data depth for LabDoor safety and efficacy algorithms.