DR. TED BROER: "Most Popular Kids Supplements Can Cause Brain Seizures!"
Dr. TED BROER
(UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI)
"Most popular supplements are actually a cocktail of synthetic chemicals"
Dr. Ted Continues
Many popular adult and kid supplements sold at big block retailers like Centrum, Flintstones, Gummy bears and Nature Made (including your MD prescription vitamins) are just chemicals cocktails full of Artificial Colors, Flavors, Sweeteners and also contains TALC, Aspartame plus Corn syrup which can cause brain tumors, brain cancer, seizures, headaches, and so on. These supplements also contain hydrogenated palm oil, GMO cornstarch, petroleum-derived vitamins from coal tar, and other pure chemicals.
Most of the supplements sold at big block retailers including CENTRUM contain similar harmful ingredients in red font (more or less) and these are just 3 of their products' examples below.
Product link: http://labeling.pfizer.com/ShowLabeling.aspx?id=3776
Centrum Silver Women Multivitamin/Multimineral Supplement
Centrum Silver Men Multivitamin/Multimineral Supplement
Buying Big Block Retailer Supplements?
As if using dangerous chemical cocktails in big brand name supplements is not enough!
The New York Attorney General conducted an investigation on supplements sold at major national retailers — GNC, Target, Walgreen, CVS, Wal-Mart and found that 4 out 5 supplements tested didn't contain the DNA from plant species listed on labels!
GNC, Target, Walgreens, and Walmart were accused of selling fraudulent and potentially dangerous herbal supplements and told by New York State officials to…(WELL.BLOGS.NYTIMES.COM |BY ANAHAD O'CONNOR.)
Products! https://www.justice.gov/usao-ndtx/pr/usplabs-and-corporate-officers-indicted US DEPT. OF JUSTICE ANNOUNCES CRIMINAL CHARGES AGAINST DIETARY SUPPLEMENT MAKER THAT SCAMMED CONSUMERS WITH DANGEROUS INGREDIENTS AND FALSE LABELS!
Tags: dietary supplements, criminal indictments, Department of Justice According to the DOJ, USP Labs in Texas imported bulk isolated chemical ingredients from China and then mislabeled them as plant-based ingredients. They also engaged in deceptive marketing and even the chemical adulteration of their product, says the DOJ, causing liver damage in numerous customers and putting hundreds of thousands of people at risk. In a widely publicized announcement today, the DOJ, FDA, FTC, and DoD all urged consumers to beware of what they call “high-risk supplements” which are:
· Weight loss dietary supplements made with chemical stimulants and marketed with outrageous claims of magical weight loss.
· Bodybuilding supplements made with chemical ingredients that promise unreal muscle gains but actually contain potentially hazardous chemicals.
· Performance-enhancing supplements that may contain banned substances (doping) which may also pose a risk to consumers. Criminal indictments were handed down today against at least four executives of the USP Labs company in Texas, plus at least 20 warning letters have been sent out to other companies for engaging in what the federal government described as misleading, even “criminal” behavior
Dietary Supplement Company Known for Popular Workout and Weight Loss Supplements Jack3d and OxyElite Pro DALLAS — An 11-count indictment has been unsealed today against USPlabs LLC, a Dallas firm that formerly manufactured highly popular workout and weight loss supplements. The indictment charges USPlabs, S.K. Laboratories Inc. and their operators with a variety of charges related to the sale of those products. The announcement was made today at a news conference in Washington, D.C. in which officials announced a nationwide sweep of dietary supplement makers and marketers. Jacobo Geissler, 39, of University Park, Texas, the CEO of USPlabs; Jonathan Doyle, 37, of Dallas, the president of USPlabs; Matthew Hebert, 37, of Dallas, responsible for product packaging design at USPlabs; Kenneth Miles, 69, of Panama City, Florida, the quality assurance executive in charge of compliance at USPlabs; S.K. Laboratories, Inc.; Sitesh Patel, 32, of Irvine, California, the vice president of S.K. Laboratories; and Cyril Willson, 34, of Gretna, Nebraska, a consultant to USPlabs, are charged with various counts associated with the unlawful sale of dietary supplements. Additionally, USPlabs, Geissler, Doyle, and Hebert are charged with obstruction of a Food and Drug Administration (FDA) proceeding and conspiracy to commit money laundering.
Just like everything else in life "Your purchase value$ = $Products value"
Our ultimate goal is to heal the world…the best way we can do that is by empowering you to learn how to heal yourself…
(No Artificial Colors, Flavors, Sweeteners Chemicals, Fillers or Expedients)
Rated #1 on supplementcharts.com