We are limited to what we can
say about what these products do. We cannot make any claims that
imply the cure or prevention of any disease.
This is because, according to the FDA
Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994 (DSHEA), only a drug
can claim to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
What we can say is that these super foods give your body the tools it
needs to help maintain good health. High quality nutrition supports high
quality health. Poor nutrition puts your health at risk. You
can read about the results that lots of people using our super foods
are getting, but you still won't really know what it will do for you until
you try it for yourself.
Once you try it and see what it
does for you, you will have your own story to tell. You can tell
others of your experience without being concerned about the FDA
regulation, but you shouldn't publish anything that could contradict
the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994 (DSHEA.)
Another thing that can be
convincing to others is how you look and how you act after adding these
products to your regular diet. You might find people asking what you
are doing different that you weren't doing before. As long as your
answers are truthful you have nothing to be concerned about.