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Pure Green Coffee

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Pure Green Coffee

UPDATE 11/15/16: A U.S. district court judge has ordered that Pure Green Coffee pitchman Nicholas Congleton pay $30 million after the FTC alleged that Congleton deceived consumers using false weight-loss claims.…

RiduZone

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RiduZone

Weight-loss supplement is sending mixed signals with its use of the FDA logo in a claim on its website that it is “FDA Acknowledged.”

Bio X4

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Bio X4

Unpalatable online ad raises questions about weight-loss supplement.

Magic Slim

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Magic Slim

FDA warns consumers about weight-loss product containing hidden drug ingredients.

Dolphin Intertrade Corporation

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Dolphin Intertrade Corporation

The FDA has issued a warning letter to Dolphin Intertrade Corporation because the company is allegedly marketing supplements that contain an unapproved prescription drug ingredient. According to the FDA, Dolphin…

Lose 11 LBS Fast!

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Lose 11 LBS Fast!

We’ve seen this ad across the web, and it set off our suspic-o-meters: Clicking on the ad takes you to a website that poses as a health news site, but…

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…

Fat Zero

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Fat Zero

The FDA is telling consumers to stay away from Fat Zero, a supplement sold for weight loss that contains hidden drug ingredients sibutramine and phenolphthalein. Sibutramine was removed from the…

X2Zero

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X2Zero

FDA alerts supplement marketer to a laundry list of violations.

Physician Naturals

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Physician Naturals

A TINA.org reader passed along a link to a site she thought was suspicious, physiciannaturals.com. The website has a variety of supplements that claim all sorts of health benefits. According…

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