A popular type of weight-loss products, heavily promoted on the Internet, is fraudulent and illegal, Food and Drug Administration officials say.Shhh! Nobody tell Oprah - that bitch is still walking around with dick on her face!
HCG weight-loss products that promise dramatic results and claim to be homeopathic are sold as drops, pellets and sprays on the Web, in drugstores and at General Nutrition Centers. They are supposed to be used in combination with a very low-calorie diet of 500 calories a day.
Many of the labels indicate the products contain HCG, or human chorionic gonadotropin, a hormone made by the placenta during pregnancy.
Tuesday, January 25, 2011
Staying Abreast Of Things So You Don't Have To
What do they mean, our placenta pills are a fraud? YOUR placenta pills are a fraud - and we've still got the placenta to prove it: