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Hearing Supplement Improvement Claims Don't Echo Separate Ingredient Studies

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

National Advertising Division says Bel Marra Health's reliance on ingredient studies with dosage or usage that could not translate to the ingredients in the product failed to support its claims. “Without testing that the ingredients in the quantity found in Hearing Rescue have the claimed effect, the results from these studies cannot be used to support qualified claims that the same ingredients in the product reduce the damage caused by repeated noise exposure and improve hearing,” NAD said following a review from a challenge by the Council for Responsible Nutrition.


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