Are Supplements Really What They Claim?

The Attorney General (AG) of New York has filed a criminal complaint against several distributors of nutritional supplements, claiming they are not what they claim to be. According to the NY AG St. John's wort, Gingko biloboa, Echinacea, Ginseng, and other supplements are nothing more than rice, wheat, mustard, garlic and other common food products. This complaint confirms what many have suspected. Even if these are pure and unadulterated there is little proof they would be beneficial.

PositiveTip: Avoid illusions and rationally choose what you purchase and consume.