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Seven makers of DMAA supplements face class-action lawsuits

Filed June 5th, 2012 Laurie

So far, seven makers of dietary, weight loss, and workout supplements containing the ingredient dimethylamylamine (DMAA) face lawsuits over the claims they made about the products, including the suppression of knowledge that use of the products could be dangerous to a person’s health.

According to several recent reports, Nutrex Research Inc., MuscleMeds Performance Technologies Inc., Pharmaceuticals Inc., Gaspari Nutrition Inc., SNI LLC., SEI Pharmaceuticals Inc., and iSatori Global Technologies have been named in class-action lawsuits filed across the country by consumers who have either been injured by supplements containing DMAA, or by those who believe they were deceived by the false claims made on product marketing and labels.

Supplements containing DMAA claim to be safe and ideal for workouts but recent reports suggest these products pose dangers to a person’s heart, and that some people are at risk of fatal complications if they use these products on a regular basis.

The Food and Drug Administration continues to receive adverse reaction reports from consumers who’ve suffered side effects that could lead to sudden heart failure and possibly death. The deaths of two U.S. Army soldiers who were using a DMAA supplement helped raise attention to the potential dangers of these products.

Recently, the FDA ordered the makers of these products to halt marketing of them until it could prove that DMAA was safe and effective for consumers to ingest on a regular basis.

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