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Triple Process Total Body Detox & Cleanse

In 2010, fitness celebrity Jillian Michaels was sued for endorsing Triple Process Total Body Detox and Cleanse, a diet cleanse supplement. Along with manufacturer Thin Care International, Michaels was accused of wrongdoing because the pills contained allegedly harmful ingredients. It was reported that it didn’t reduce belly bloat, increase energy, or reduce “body waste buildup” as it was marketed to do. The harmful ingredients in question were Irish moss powder (which the plaintiff argues causes ulcers), bearberry (which can cause nausea and vomiting), and Chinese rhubarb (a natural but potent laxative). This was the fourth time that Michaels has been sued for endorsing and selling dangerous diet pill supplements, but all four lawsuits were later dismissed.

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