In the Matter of Leeka Products (1997)

Reliable scientific support is required for any product effectiveness claims.


The FTC alleged that Leeka Products and Rogerio Monteiro and Eliana Crema made false or misleading claims in promoting a weight loss supplement and a hair loss supplement. The FTC claimed that the company represented that Chromium Picolinate was effective in burning fat, when reliable and competent scientific evidence existed to the contrary.

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