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Fortunately as the years have passed advertising has become better regulated. This doesn't prevent the legal eagles and marketing experts coming up with words and graphics that imply a benefit that may not in fact exist.  Like the words "Prostate Health" written on a supplement label. What do those words mean to you? From the manufacturers standpoint those words are very important because they don't make a "therapeutic" claim, they are not saying they will fix or heal or prevent prostate disease. Essentially this product is not regulated under current law, because it doesn't make a therapeutic claim. Boomers Health shows members what to watch out for, and how to read food labels.

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