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UK raids uncover suspected suppliers of deadly diet drug


UK raids uncover suspected suppliers of deadly diet drug
The Guardian

Tauler, a Los Angeles attorney with Tauler-Smith LLP, is bringing the case under the federal false advertising law on behalf of a rival company called Nutrition Distribution, arguing that Enhanced Athlete is damaging sales and bringing the supplement industry into disrepute.Supplement manufacturers and suppliers have a great deal of freedom within the law on the basis that they are selling products that occur in nature, he said. Some companies, however, are packaging dangerous substances as supplements and making millions before the FDA is alerted. âThe problem from law enforcement is that there simply arenât resources to police niche marketplaces like bodybuilding,â Tauler said.âDNP is basically pesticide coming out of a smoke stack and these folks are ingesting it and losing weight because their body is trying to get rid of it.

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