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Research Does Not Support Supplements For Breast Enhancement
16 April 2002

Based on consumer requests, ConsumerLab.com recently embarked on a review of supplements marketed for breast enhancement (enlargement). As described in its review article about these products, it found no clinical or scientific evidence to support the efficacy of such supplements.

ConsumerLab.com first undertook a review of the scientific literature and information about the products on the market. As described in detail on its website (www.ConsumerLab.com), this review concluded that there was no evidence to support the effective use of dietary supplements for breast enhancement. Consequently, it did not perform any laboratory testing of products as none could be recommended for breast enhancement.end-of-story

 

   
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