USPlabs Jack3d Claims Slammed In NAD Review
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
NAD says USPlabs’ claim that DMAA-containing Jack3d is “University Studied” is equivalent to a claim that the product is “clinically proven” or “clinically confirmed,” but the firm’s evidence does not prove efficacy of the product with respect to exercise performance.
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