Nutronics Deer Antler Supplements Class Action Continues

By on November 24, 2014

A U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California ruled that the class action lawsuit filed against Nutronics Labs Inc. adequately pled that the supplement company violated the Consumer Legal Remedies Act (CLRA) by failing to inform consumers that the purported health benefits of the IGF-1 Plus deer antler supplement, including increased muscle mass and libido, were not supported by science.

Since the Court ruled favorably on plaintiff’s CLRA claim, plaintiff’s Unfair Competition Law (UCL) was also automatically approved.

The products named in the lawsuit which contain IGF-1 Plus supplement are the Super Max 200,000ng, Maximum 100,000ng, Ultra Plus 25,000ng, Ultra 10,000ng, Starter Plus 5,000ng and Starter 3,000ng, all available in dropper or spray form.

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