Four Supplements Recalled by FDA
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has recently focused more of its attention on the safety of supplements and vitamins, which have so far been laxly regulated. Dangerous drugs can cause serious injury and illness when not properly tested.
Four supplements which contain Aromatase Inhibitors have been recalled. The supplements are:
- ArimaDex - This supplement was billed as a testosterone booster.
- Clomed - This supplement as promoted as a way to increase testosterone levels.
- Off Cycle II Hardcore - This supplement was reported to help muscle growth and muscle retention.
- Arom-X - Also marketed under the names Arom-X UTT, Arom-XL, Decavol, and 4-AD, this supplement claimed to increase libido and enhance testosterone production.
Although no injuries or illnesses concerning these supplements have been reported, they all contain Aromatase Inhibitors, which could cause decreased bone growth, infertility, increase aggression, kidney failure, and liver problems.