Demand Jack3d and Similar Products Disclose Risks

March 6th, 2013

Dimethylamylamine (DMAA), a key ingredient in Jack3d, has been linked to cardiac disorders and death. It has been banned in the U.K.and prohibited in Canada from being sold as a supplement. But the U.S. continues to allow it to be sold as “safe and effective” without requiring warning labels about the risks or requiring advertising for the product to detail its possible harmful effects. TINA.org has put together a timeline of DMAA’s alarming history here.

Urge the FDA and the FTC to take action to protect consumers by sending the following letter to Barbara Schneeman, Director, Office of Nutrition, Labeling and Dietary Supplements at the FDA and Charles A. Harwood, Acting Director, Bureau of Consumer Protection at the FTC.

To send, simply fill in your first name, last name and email address into the form below. Once your address is verified, your email will be sent.

Update July 17: This petition is now closed.

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