Bodybuilding.com recalls supplements
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Bodybuilding.com recalls 65 dietary supplements FDA says are spiked with steroids. The company said in a Nov. 3 release that it is recalling the products due to "an abundance of caution," even though it has not confirmed FDA's concerns or received any adverse event reports for the recalled products. The worldwide recall includes products with the ingredients branded as Superdrol, Madol, Tren, Androstenedine and Turinabol. The recall follows an FDA raid of Bodybuilding.com's facility in Meridian, Idaho, in September (1"The Tan Sheet" Sept. 28, 2009)
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