July 30, 2021

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The FDA Says This Supplement Could Present a ‘Life-Threatening’ Health Risk

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While supplements are designed to keep the individuals who take them healthy, they don’t always live up to the promise on the label. In fact, a popular brand of supplements has just been labeled a potential health hazard by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Read on to discover if a product in your cabinets could be putting you at risk. And for more safety hazards to steer clear of, The FDA Just Issued a New Urgent Warning About This Bottled Water.

On April 3, the FDA announced that Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals had voluntarily recalled 13 of its nutritional supplements due to potential allergen contamination. The affected products are the brand’s APS Isomorph Banana Cream Pie in 2- and 5-lb. sizes; APS Isomorph Chocolate Fudge Pop in 2-lb. size; APS Isomorph Chocolate Milkshake in 2- and 5-lb. sizes; APS Isomorph Cinnamon Graham Cracker in 2- and 5-lb. sizes; APS Isomorph Cookies N Cream in 1-lb., 2-lb, and 5-lb. sizes; APS Isomorph Neapolitan Ice Cream in 2- and 5-lb. sizes; APS Isomorph Orange Creamsicle in 2- and 5-lb. sizes; APS Isomorph Smores in 2-lb. size; APS Isomorph Strawberry Milkshake in 2- and 5-lb. sizes; APS Isomorph Vanilla Milkshake in 2- and 5-lb. sizes; APS Isomorph Honey Granola in 2- and 5-lb. sizes; and iForce Nutrition Mass Gainz Brown Sugar Maple Oatmeal Cookie in 4.8-lb. and 10-lb. sizes.

The nutritional supplements were pulled from the market after it was discovered that they may contain milk, eggs, wheat, or soy that is not disclosed on the products’ labels. As such, “People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to specific type of allergen (milk, eggs, wheat & soy) run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume these products,” the FDA reports.

If you have any of the affected products at home, the FDA recommends returning them to their point of purchase for a full refund. You can also contact Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals at 888-855-7919 on weekdays from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. with questions. Hi-Tech isn’t the only company that’s had to pull its health products from the market recently, though; read on to find out which other medications and supplements could be putting your health at risk. And for more potential dangers to avoid, If You Take This Medication, the FDA Says Call Your Doctor Now.

Read the original article on Best Life.

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