Fruta Planta is a Chinese weight loss product that claims simple, fast weight loss without diet or exercise. The supplement is supposed to boost your metabolism, curb your appetite and cut food cravings. The Food and Drug Administration warned consumers in 2010 not to use Fruta Planta and ordered PRock Marketing, LLC to recall all its products from the market. It was found to contain sibutramine, a drug that was removed from the market for safety reasons. The FDA has received numerous reports of adverse events involving Fruta Planta.
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