When Supplements “Work”. . .Slim-30

We have a “brace” of dietary supplement problems today (well today where you are, it is ever so slightly tomorrow here). Now, batches of an herbal supplement called Slim-30, a purported weight loss supplement, are being recalled. Why? Because they contain sibutramine, an FDA regulated drug. Sibutramine, an appetite suppressant, is also used to treat obesity.

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When Supplements “Work”. . .Vialipro recall

Vialipro, an “all natural” supplement advertised to enhance sexual performance, is undergoing a voluntary recall, because some US FDA testing revealed that several batches contain undeclared sulfoaildenafil, an analog of sildenafil, a drug for the suspiciously similar condition of erectile dysfunction. Continue reading “When Supplements “Work”. . .Vialipro recall”