Oh gee, here it comes! Balance of Nature with what seems like an endless campaign to convince me, through “real people” on-camera testimonials, how their stuff will upgrade my life and health.
What do those “real people” say? You don’t have to listen carefully to realize the proclaimed “proof” about the wonders of the thing contain not.one.scientific.study. At all.
If you wondered why, right now, Balance of Nature is throwing so many pill bottles at us…well, I didn’t wonder. Because I knew that the company had attracted an investigation by the FDA* and had been ordered to stop selling supplements with a major list of phony claims.
Balance of Nature’s ‘whole food’ capsules are advertised to imply they cure serious diseases, including diabetes, cancer, and multiple sclerosis. Following false advertising suits and repeated failures to comply with the Food, Drug, and Cosmetics Act, Balance of Nature has been ordered to stop production and sales until they come into compliance with FDA regulations.