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Feb9-13, 04:13 PM
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Quote Quote by AnTiFreeze3 View Post
I believe he is looking for evidence of fraudulent claims or lies.
IMO, that's setting the bar too high and requires too much effort. That requires dissecting specific claims to find explicit intent to deceive, then banning individual products, on a case-by-case basis. I just don't see why that should be necessary. It puts the burden of proof on the wrong foot. The fact that the claims are not vetted by the FDA should be enough reason to ban them, regardless of if they are technically fraudulent or not.