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NutraCore has agreed to permanently discontinue the establishment, performance and health claims for its Hoodia gordonii-containing Nutrathin diet pills, the National Advertising Division announces Aug. 10. The Council of Better Business Bureaus division took issue with several product claims including "Get big weight loss and fast health gains with the best slim-down supplement ever that can yield heart-health benefits too" and "No damaging health side effects known." NutraCore also instructed consumers to "take as many capsules as you need to see the results"...
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