Wicked labz reviews: Athletic Xtreme (also referred to as Nutrition Distribution) has continued fighting competitors using illicit ingredients in sports supplementation, which FDA has indicated is not a legal dietary ingredient in proceedings against 2 sports supplement marketing firms that use SARMs (selective androgen receptor modulators). DTF, based in Roswell, Georgia, issued a voluntary recall of Tri-Ton supplements in May 2017 after the FDA discovered the supplements contained the SARMS which the agency has stated are not legal in dietary supplements due to their anabolic steroids and are the subject of extensive clinical trials by pharmaceutical companies
Companies can sue competitors for unfair competition under the Lanham Act, which is the basis for the new lawsuits against Wicked Nutrition Labs for its Wicked Anabolic supplement (contains ostarine), and Dynamic Technical Formulations (DTF) for its Tri-Ton supplement (contains ostarine and andarine).
“Users of such products have little incentive to use a natural product such as Mass FX Black until they are hurt or SARMS products are removed.” Lawyer Robert Tauler of Tauler Smith, a civil Court expert who employs household supplement manufacturers to sell harmful and prohibited material, filed lawsuits in Arizona on August 17.
“With every bottle sold, these manufacturers endanger the public’s health “Tauler stated. “People need to know the risks of what they are consuming, and none of this information is provided by the defendants in their advertising materials, websites, or on the products themselves.”