If You Bought These Supplements, Stop Using Them Immediately, FDA Says

young woman looking at oblong white pillDieting and exercising isn’t always easy or fun, but it’s a more promising solution than turning to whatever’s in that bottle of mystery supplements promising rapid weight loss. In some cases, it’s not just disappointment you’ll get when you pop that supposed miracle weight loss pill, either: the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) has just announced the recall of two supplements from one company due to the serious health risk they may present, and they’re warning anyone who purchased the pills not to take them. Read on to discover if you should be tossing these supplements now.

On Aug. 2, the FDA announced that Je Dois L’avoir Boutique of Hanford, California had voluntarily recalled its 365 Skinny High Intensity Pills and 365 Skinny Emergency Boutique pills, both used for weight loss, and sold in 30-count bottles.

The 365 Skinny formula is supposedly the stronger of the two formulas, and the 365 Skinny Emergency was marketed as allegedly being safer for people with high blood pressure, diabetes, and other medical issues, according to the recall notice.

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