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Pure Nootropics Supplements Drug-Like Claims Investigation

Do certain supplements really help prevent or treat diseases? Does Pure Nootropics, LLC’s products, for example, help with Alzheimer’s, stroke, or Parkinson’s? The FDA has now written the company a Warning Letter, taking issue with its claims for a number of its products.   Read more

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BR Naturals Supplements Drug-Like Claims Investigation

BR Naturals makes great statements about its oil products’ properties, claiming they help prevent or treat various diseases. There’s just one problem: Substances that prevent or treat diseases are considered drugs, and they must be approved and regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).   Read more

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John Gray’s Mars Venus Supplements Drug-Like Claims Investigation

Have you recently bought supplements or other products from John Gray’s Mars Venus, LLC, such as L-Glutathione, Liposomal DHA Ultimate Omega-3 Brain Support, or NAC N-Acetyl-L-Cysteine? Did you buy them believing that they will help with such things as heart disease, dementia, or Alzheimer’s disease?   Read more

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TEK Naturals Supplements Drug-Like Claims Investigation

On its website and on social media, TEK Naturals makes very attractive claims for its products, saying that they, or the ingredients in them, can treat or cure diseases such as ADHD, Alzheimer’s, and diabetes. Unfortunately, the claims are far from proven, and the products have not been proved safe under appropriate regulatory standards. The  Read more

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Bang Energy Drink Investigation

Do you drink Bang energy drinks? Is Bang truly “the healthiest energy drink” as its maker, VPX, claims? According to a lawsuit filed by Monster Energy Company, it’s just a lot of hype, meant to deceive consumers. The lawsuit claims damages to Monster, but it offers nothing to consumers who have been paying $2 and  Read more

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