FTC SENDS FULL REFUNDS TO PEOPLE WHO BOUGHT FISH OIL SUPPLEMENTS TO REDUCE LIVER FAT
The FTC is sending refunds totaling $396,431 to more than 1,800 consumers nationwide who bought Hepaxa and Hepaxa PD, two fish oil supplements that were marketed as treatments for adults and children with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD).
According to the FTC, BASF paid DIEM Labs to advertise and distribute both supplements in the United States. The FTC alleged that these companies deceptively advertised Hepaxa and Hepaxa PD as clinically proven to reduce liver fat in adults and children with NAFLD.
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