Malo z neta je napisal/a:Herbalife Side Effects: Primary Pulmonary Hypertension (PPH)
Primary pulmonary hypertension is abnormally high blood pressure in the arteries of the lungs. It makes the right side of the heart need to work harder than normal, and there is no known cure.
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PPH can be caused by exposure to Ephedra, also known as Ma Huang. Herbalife products such as Green and Natural Green listed the Chinese herb "Ma Huang" as their active ingredient from the early 1980s until as recently as 2002.
Several deaths had been linked to Ephedra, and in 1999, the FDA directly linked the cardiac arrest of a 28 year-old woman to the Herbalife product Original Green. The FDA banned Ephedra in dietary supplements in 2004.
Primary pulmonary hypertension can develop years after your exposure to Ephedra-containing Herbalife products. Even short exposure to Ephedra may be dangerous to your health.
Herbalife Side Effects: Hepatoxicity, Liver Damage and Hepatitis
Herbalife makes a variety of dietary and nutritional supplements, which Herbalife claims are natural and safe. However, Herbalife dietary supplements have been linked to hepatotoxicity, or liver damage. This Herbalife liver damage can cause such serious conditions such as acute hepatitis, liver failure, hepatic necrosis, cirrhosis, cholestasis and other liver diseases. The liver damage caused to some people taking Herbalife products is so severe that some patients have required liver transplants.
But isn't Herbalife a "Natural" Diet Supplement?
It doesn’t matter. Many poisons occur naturally, and there are many poisonous plants and Herbs. Even before the removal of Ma Huang from Herbalife, Herbalife had already been forced by the FDA to remove two naturally occurring ingredients that are also deadly poisons from its formulas. Until 1982, some Herbalife formulas contained mandrake and poke, both of which are plants that grow naturally in the wild and both of which are highly toxic.
Herbalife and other natural herbal supplements are also not subject to FDA regulation and review. Thanks to the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994, legislation pushed through with the support of the dietary supplement industry, the FDA’s powers to regulate dietary supplements such as Herbalife has been severely limited, and the FDA can only take action against manufacturers only when their dietary supplements are proven unsafe. The Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994 does not require that herbal dietary supplements, such as Herbalife, be shown to be safe or effective before they are marketed to the public.
Herbalife – A Long History of Regulatory Trouble
Herbalife products and Herbalife marketing practices have raised concerns that have brought the Herbalife company under the scrutiny of regulatory agencies on a number of occasions.
In 1981, the FDA began receiving complaints from Herbalife consumers with symptoms of constipation, diarrhea, headaches, and nausea from various products. Initially, Herbalife officials informed distributors to tell customers that such symptoms were the result of the removal of poisons and toxins from the body by the use of such products.
The FDA acted against Hebalife in 1982 for making unsubstantiated claims that its products helped to treat a wide variety of illnesses, including ulcers, bursitis, cancer, herpes, and impotence.
In March 2010, the owner of a manufacturing facility that produces Herbalife products received a warning letter from the FDA in which the regulatory agency raised concerns over multiple instances of poor quality control and shoddy safeguards.
Multiple lawsuits have been filed against Herbalife. Herbalife has a long history of selling dangerous products, defective marketing practices, and poor quality control. People who have been harmed by dangerous Herbalife side effects have the right to seek compensation for their injuries.
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