LAS VEGAS – The Southern Nevada Health District (SNHD) has issued a public warning regarding products produced by local manufacturer Harmonic Innerprizes, citing concerns about metal toxicity and ingredient safety.
SNHD has revealed that Harmonic Innerprizes used unapproved or unidentified sources for their product ingredients, including substances that are not food grade and may lead to heavy metal toxicity.
In response to these concerns, SNHD has suspended the manufacturer’s permit, leading to the discontinuation of the sale of the problematic products. However, health officials caution that some of these products may already be in circulation or available through other retail sources.
Symptoms of heavy metal toxicity are non-specific and can manifest in various ways, including abdominal pain, chills, dehydration, diarrhea, and nausea. While these symptoms can result from a range of health issues, SNHD advises individuals who have consumed supplements from Harmonic Innerprizes and are experiencing new or unexplained symptoms to seek medical advice from a healthcare provider promptly.
Stay informed and take precautions when choosing dietary supplements to ensure your health and well-being.
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