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Recalls - Health Fraud

The list below provides information gathered from press announcements and other public notices about certain recalls of health fraud* - related products regulated by FDA. For all FDA recalls, click here

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DateBrand NameProduct DescriptionReason/ProblemCompany Name
06/12/2015PyrolaDietary SupplementUnapproved drug; contains undeclared diclofenac and chlorpheniramineG&C Natural
06/03/2015Smart LipoDietary SupplementUnapproved drug; contains undeclared sibutramine, desmethylsibutramine, and phenolphthalein.SmartLipo365
03/10/2015UltraZxDietary SupplementUnapproved drug; contains undeclared sibutramine and phenolphthaleinUltra ZX Labs, LLC
02/09/2015Signature Skinny Edge, AMPD Gold, Insane, Indigo, BtRimDietary SupplementUnapproved drug; contains undeclared phenolphthalein and fluoxetineDetox Transforms Health and Nutrition
02/04/2015Ml-Alpha, M14-Ment, Halo-70, and moreDietary SupplementContains prohormone ingredientsWyked Labs

 

*The FDA defines health fraud as the deceptive promotion, advertising, distribution, or sale of a product represented as being effective to prevent, diagnose, treat, cure or lessen an illness or condition, or provide another beneficial effect on health, but that has not been scientifically proven safe and effective for such purposes.*The FDA defines health fraud as the deceptive promotion, advertising, distribution, or sale of a product represented as being effective to prevent, diagnose, treat, cure or lessen an illness or condition, or provide another beneficial effect on health, but that has not been scientifically proven safe and effective for such purposes.

 
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