FDA Warns of Workout Supplement Health Risks Associated With Certain Products
November 5, 2013
While dietary supplements can be a great way to get the amounts of nutrients the body needs, these products can sometimes put users health at serious risk. Attorneys with the law firm of Ferrer, Poirot & Wansbrough explain many of these products contain undeclared ingredients that can cause users to suffer Workout Supplement Health Risks.
Take, for instance, a warning the U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently issued to a Dallas, Texas, company that manufactures the dietary supplement, OxyElite Pro and VERSA-1. According to an FDA Press Release, an investigation into the company’s facilities uncovered the products may actually contain a compound known as aegeline.
The warning went on to say that the compound was considered an undeclared ingredient in the product, meaning it is not listed on the label, and that marketing of the product should be halted immediately.
These findings were announced after the FDA associated use of the product to several cases of consumers developing acute non-viral hepatitis in Hawaii.
The FDA went on to warn customers to halt use of the product and to report any adverse health events associated with the drug to the agency immediately.
The Drug Injury Attorneys with Ferrer, Poirot & Wansbrough recognize the devastating effect using a product that has unknown ingredients can be. That is why the firm would also suggest anyone who has been harmed by a product containing undeclared ingredients speaking to an attorney regarding their legal options immediately.