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Nutronics Labs IGF-1 Plus

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Nutronics Labs IGF-1 Plus

What? Bambi to your rescue? Nutronics Labs claims that its deer antler sprays – such as IGF-1 Plus supplements – will provide consumers with many health benefits. Wait a second…

Testosterone Gels

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Testosterone Gels

Your browser does not support the video tag. Perhaps you’ve seen television ads for testosterone gels like AndroGel, which promise to help men with decreased sex drive, moodiness, and low…

Wellness Support Network

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Wellness Support Network

Wellness Support Network sells dietary supplements, including a supplement for diabetes, on its website realfoodnutrients.com. Among other claims, Wellness Support Network says that the benefits of its diabetes supplement “Glucose…

Power 4 Patriots

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Power 4 Patriots

This online ad for Power 4 Patriots has all the buzzwords and formulas associated with scammy pitches: [authority groups] HATE this! Find out the one WEIRD trick that can save…

Nest Programmable Thermostats

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Nest Programmable Thermostats

Nest Labs Inc. claimed in advertisements for its Nest Programmable Thermostat that “89% of other programmable thermostats are not programmed because they are so complicated that most consumers do not…

Ultimate Acai Diet

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Ultimate Acai Diet

As heard on SiriusXM radio:   Says the ad: “You’ll burn fat, control your appetite, and get an energy surge like never before. If you want to lose 10, 20,…

BlackOxygen Organics

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BlackOxygen Organics

Spoiler alert: MLM’s products have not been proven to alleviate the symptoms of long-haul COVID.

Doggie Dailies

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Doggie Dailies

Dog supplement manufacturer makes changes to Amazon listing following TINA.org inquiry.

Bulletproof Coffee

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Bulletproof Coffee

If you take your coffee with a stick of butter, be wary of miracle health claims.

Kratom NC

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Kratom NC

FDA continues crackdown on kratom sellers marketing products with unproven health claims.

Your Super

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Your Super

TINA.org review finds supplement company’s website riddled with inappropriate disease-treatment claims.

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