Dangerous PCB Levels in Fish Oil Supplements
A lawsuit brought by environmentalists in California claims popular
brands of fish oil dietary supplements contain unsafe and illegal levels
of the carcinogenic chemicals known as polychlorinated biphenyls, or
PCBs. The lawsuit targeted CVS Pharmacy, Rite Aid, General Nutrition
Corp., Solgar, Twinlab, Now Health, Omega Protein and Pharmavite for
alleged violations of California's Proposition 65, which requires that
consumers be warned about chemical exposures.
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Lawsuit: Disclose PCB levels in fish oil
Integrity is not something that many of the food and drug industries
are known for. Many people believe that they need fish oil supplements
for a healthy life; however, a well-plant based diet supplies everything
a human needs without the need to exploit God's animals.
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