NAD Press Releases

NAD Examines Advertising within NextAdvisor Widget, Recommends Advertiser Discontinue ‘Jaw-Dropping’ Claim

NAD recommends that NextAdvisor, Inc., an online research, review and advice site, discontinue the claim “A Jaw-Dropping 10% Cash Back Card Has Arrived” featured in one of the company’s recommendation widgets.

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NAD Finds DSE Healthcare Can Support Certain Claims for ‘Prelief’ Supplement, Recommends Advertiser Modify, Discontinue Certain Claims

NAD has determined that DSE Healthcare can support certain claims for the company’s Prelief dietary supplements, but recommended that the advertiser modify or discontinue certain claims.

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NAD Recommends American Dream Nutrition Modify, Discontinue Certain Claims for PhytoZon, Finds Advertiser can Support Limited ‘Heart Health’ Benefit Claim

NAD has recommended that American Dream Nutrition, LLC, modify or discontinue certain claims for the company’s PhytoZon Dietary Supplement, although NAD determined that the presence of lutein and lycopene in the product was sufficient to support a “heart health” benefit claim.

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NAD Recommends French’s Food Modify, Discontinue Challenged ‘High-Fructose’ Claims Made in Comparative Context Following Challenge by Heinz

NAD has determined that a television commercial made by French’s Food Company for French’s Ketchup conveyed the unsupported and falsely disparaging message that Heinz original ketchup, a competing ketchup brand made with high-fructose corn syrup, is less healthy or less suitable for consumption than the French’s product.

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Supplements Maker Legacy Labs Says it will Permanently Discontinue Challenged Claims for ‘Cognitine’ Following NAD Inquiry

Legacy Labs, LLC., the maker of the dietary supplement “Cognitine,” said it will discontinue all challenged advertising claims for the product following an inquiry by NAD.

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NAD Refers Claims for ‘Verified Forskolin’ to FTC for Further Review After Site Operator Fails to Respond to NAD Inquiry

NAD has referred advertising claims made for the dietary supplement “Verified Forskolin” to the FTC for further review, after the operator of a website where the product is sold – www.verifiedforskolin.com – failed to respond to NAD’s inquiry.

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