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Posted November 14, 2017

FDA Warns Seller of Misbranded Magnesium, Zinc Supplement

On August 7, 2017, the FDA issued a warning letter to Hello Life, Inc., following a facility inspection that found the product Diamaxol to be misbranded.

FDA testing found the supplement to contain smaller amounts of vitamins than its label declared. It had magnesium levels at 77.5 mg/serving (62% of declared), manganese levels at 0.255 mg/serving (25.5% of declared), and zinc levels of 3.86 mg/serving (51.5% of declared).

(See CL's Product Reviews for Magnesium Supplements and Zinc Supplements.)

See related recalls and warnings:

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To read the full warning letter, use the link below: