Unscrupulous manufacturers continue to try to dupe consumers into believing that a “miracle plant” herbal supplement can cause weight loss without any change in diet or exercise. These products are almost all bogus and almost all are falsely advertised — many of them don’t even contain any of the “miracle” herb that they advertise they’re made of!
So-called “green coffee” diet supplements, raspberry ketone, forskollin… the list is ever-expanding. If you tried one of these or other herbal “weight loss supplements” and they didn’t work, it’s not your fault. These products make false promises and do not work as advertised. To see if you may be eligible for compensation in an action for false advertising against herbal weight loss supplement manufacturers, contact the Elliot Firm.