In June 2007, the FDA announced that stricter standards governing the manufacture and labeling of supplements will take effect within three years. Part of the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act, the long-awaited decision was prompted by reports that some popular pills contained contaminants, nonlabeled active ingredients, or lower levels of an ingredient—say, vitamin C or chondroitin—than claimed, and is a step toward ensuring supplement integrity. So what you'll see on the label is what you'll get.