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If You Take These Popular Supplements, Stop Now

Best Life Logo By Sarah Crow of Best Life | Slide 1 of 5: While many over-the-counter supplements claim to keep you healthy, it turns out, some popular supplements could be putting your well-being in jeopardy. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has just announced a recall on two supplements from Fusion Health and Vitality LLC, due to concerns over an unapproved additive and unapproved marketing statements. Read on to find out if the supplements you're taking are affected by the recall, and for more products to stop using ASAP, If You Have This Common Ingredient in Your Pantry, Throw It Away Now.According to the Nov. 23 FDA recall notice, Fusion Health and Vitality's 2020 batch Core Essential Nutrients supplement, which were first shipped on Jan. 2, 2020, may contain hordenine HCl, an unapproved food additive sometimes found in weight loss supplements. The FDA reports that hordenine HCl is "potentially unsafe" for oral ingestion, and that those who take the supplement may experience side effects including high blood pressure or rapid heart rate. As of the recall date, there had been no reports of problems related to the consumption of the supplement, however.The company's Immune Boost Sublingual Vitamin D3 has also been recalled due to improper labeling, which rendered it an "unapproved new drug under FDA labeling laws."Fusion Health and Vitality's supplements join a long list of popular medications and foods to be recalled in recent months—read on to discover if a staple in your home is potentially dangerous. And for more recalls to be aware of, If You Have This in Your Fridge, Get Rid of It Right Now.Read the original article on Best Life.

If You Take These Popular Supplements, Stop Now

While many over-the-counter supplements claim to keep you healthy, it turns out, some popular supplements could be putting your well-being in jeopardy. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has just announced a recall on two supplements from Fusion Health and Vitality LLC, due to concerns over an unapproved additive and unapproved marketing statements. Read on to find out if the supplements you're taking are affected by the recall, and for more products to stop using ASAP, If You Have This Common Ingredient in Your Pantry, Throw It Away Now.

According to the Nov. 23 FDA recall notice, Fusion Health and Vitality's 2020 batch Core Essential Nutrients supplement, which were first shipped on Jan. 2, 2020, may contain hordenine HCl, an unapproved food additive sometimes found in weight loss supplements. The FDA reports that hordenine HCl is "potentially unsafe" for oral ingestion, and that those who take the supplement may experience side effects including high blood pressure or rapid heart rate. As of the recall date, there had been no reports of problems related to the consumption of the supplement, however.

The company's Immune Boost Sublingual Vitamin D3 has also been recalled due to improper labeling, which rendered it an "unapproved new drug under FDA labeling laws."

Fusion Health and Vitality's supplements join a long list of popular medications and foods to be recalled in recent months—read on to discover if a staple in your home is potentially dangerous. And for more recalls to be aware of, If You Have This in Your Fridge, Get Rid of It Right Now.

Read the original article on Best Life.

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