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Posted July 12, 2015
Marketers of Memory Supplement to Pay $1.4 Million to Settle FTC Charges
Marketers promoted the supplement as "the memory pill preferred by many doctors" and advertised with statements such as "Memory Pill Helps the Brain Like Prescription Glasses Help the Eyes ...Remarkable changes observed, helps users match the memory power of others 15 years younger in as little as 30 days!"
As discussed in CL's Answer about Procera AVH, one clinical study, funded in part by Brain Research Labs, found the supplement improved memory and mood in healthy subjects compared to a placebo -- however, the FDA usually requires at least two studies to support the types of claims made by the company.
To see the FTC's press release, use the link below.
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