FDA Warnings and Public Notifications Regarding Tainted Products Marketed as Dietary Supplements


This is a live feed from the FDA.GOV website about latest recalls and warnings about products containing hidden ingredients that could be harmful if taken without prescriptions.

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FDA Recalls Warnings and Public Notifications

Recently, two of the products we’ve featured on this website has been issued a warning by the FDA. This November, FDA issued a warning on Vitalikor’s Fast-Acting male supplement, and days later Vitalikor recalls the products on certain lot numbers voluntarily.

Another product that has been issued a warning is ExtenZe. Fortunately, it was for a counterfeit or fake ExtenZe supplement being sold on the market and not the actual ExtenZe product manufactured by the original and legit manufacturer.

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Recent List of FDA Announcements (Warnings and Recalls)

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Unfortunately, these include everything that FDA given a warning. There is no way to be able to filter the results focusing only the results on male enhancement, penis enlargement, and male sexual health related products.

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