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Kardashian Sisters Sued Over QuickTrim Weight Loss Products

New York, NY: Consumers of QuickTrim diet supplement products have filed a consumer fraud class action against the Kardashian sisters, Kim, Kourtney and Khloe, as well as the product manufacturer, Windmill Health Products, over allegations that the advertising claims are false and misleading. Filed in New York, the suit alleges the sisters made "unsubstantiated, false and misleading claims"in ads, interviews and tweets about the effectiveness of QuickTrim.

According to the complaint, the FDA recently evaluated the product' principal ingredient which was found to be caffeine. The lawsuit states "The FDA has in fact determined that 'there are inadequate data to establish the general recognition of the safety and effectiveness' of caffeine for the specified use of weight control."

The lawsuit also claims that advertising for QuickTrim encourages people to purchase and use the entire product range or system which includes pills and cleanses, in order to experience increased effectiveness, but there is no evidence supporting the effectiveness of the products or that the entire range of products are more effective when used together.

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Published on Mar-5-12


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