NAD on weight loss
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Claims that "weight loss of up to six pounds per week has been reported" with the dietary supplement EPH200 and that the product "makes you lose weight without any strict diet" have been discontinued by marketer Tom Lee Health Center, the National Advertising Division announces Nov. 6. The watchdog group recommends in the future, the company "refrain from making promises of specific weight loss, or claims that weight loss can be achieved with little diet or exercise"...
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