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Xenadrine-EFX

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FTC is reviewing advertising for ephedra-free weight-loss product, previous marketer Cytodyne told the National Advertising Division of the Council of Better Business Bureaus in response to an inquiry, according to a recent NAD release. As a result, the firm declined to take part in NAD's request for substantiation of a number of claims including the statement that Xenadrine-EFX "was clinically tested against two leading ephedra-based thermogenic supplements and outperformed them for both the boosting of metabolism, and resulting caloric expenditure." Marketer of the supplement is now known as Nutraquest...
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