In 2018, I was interviewed by the New York Times and they mentioned that there were several major companies that produce the products that I reviewed that have no medical benefits whatsoever. I asked them if they were interested in talking about their products and I received this email back from the president of one of the companies:The following is the response I received:The company is not interested in discussing its product so I will be forced to contact them directly and find out if there is a medical benefit for their products and I can get a more complete explanation for how this company is misleading their customers. I am not in a position to contact the company so I can share my experiences with their product and let the American public see what they are trying to do to the consumers.
The American Medical Association has a statement on this product called "Safeguarding the Wellness of Americans" which states that "a substantial body of evidence is available that suggests that supplement supplements may not be helpful for chronic diseases such as cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, and cancer. There are numerous reports from scientific studies showing that the products don't have the ability to lower blood pressure, reduce cholesterol, improve muscle strength, or improve memory and thinking skills in healthy adults and adults with a history of cardiovascular disease." There are several other websites out there that sell products that claim to reduce the risk of disease, which I have written about in the past.