Consumers should not purchase or use the diet pill called PAYA Dietary Supplement because a laboratory analysis conducted by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) confirmed that the product contains a hidden drug that puts consumers’ lives at risk. The product was identified by the FDA during an examination of international mail shipments. The PAYA Dietary Supplement is laced with sibutramine, a controlled substance that was pulled from the market in October 2010 for safety reasons. Sibutramine was marketed as an anti-obesity drug under the brand name Meridia, but was banned after a clinical trial revealed that those taking the ... Read More
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