Yes, you're hearing us say that they don't work. And you know what? They don't actually even claim that they work. They say right on the label that "This product is not intended to treat, diagnose, or cure any medical condition."
Any product with the word "support" is bogus. (Except support hose or other support garments.)
"Support" is a lawyer word-- the supplement manufacturers' lawyers came up with it because it doesn't really mean anything. They're not allowed to use the word "treat" or "cure" because then they're claiming that the product is a medicine and the FDA would require them to show that it's safe and effective. They're not allowed to say "help" or "improve" because then the FTC could make them prove it and they and/or the individuals who buy the product could sue for fraud. By saying "support," they get around all the laws and can sell a product that does little or nothing.
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