Male Supplement Fails To Live Up To Hype, Suit Says

Law360, New York (September 17, 2012, 12:00 AM EDT) -- An oral testosterone supplement that promises to increase muscle mass, strength and libido in male athletes is nothing more than a benign cocktail of vitamins and herbs, a California man claimed in a proposed class action filed Friday in state court.

Plaintiff Jerry Aviles alleged iSatori Technologies LLC had deceived customers by claiming its supplement Isa-Test could increase testosterone and growth hormone in excess of 100 percent, while ignoring evidence that the oral supplement’s effects were little better than those provided by placebo pills, according to...
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