We are investigating claims that Naturelo Magnesium is mislabeled.
What is Naturelo Magnesium Supplement?
Naturelo Magnesium Glycine Chelate is a supplement which claims to provide 200mg of highly bioavailable magnesium per capsule. Other leading magnesium supplements, like Klaire Labs and Megafoods, offer just 100mg or less of magnesium per capsule, so Naturelo’s doses are unusually high.
Naturelo claims that its Magnesium Supplement is plant- based and made with organic vegetables and seeds with naturally occurring magnesium, including organic spinach, swiss chard, okra, quinoa, black bean, pumpkin seed, sunflower seed and flaxseed. It says that the Magnesium is “chelated” with Glycine for better absorption and bioavailability. In this ‘glycinate’ form it is easy on the stomach, non-laxative, and enhances the natural calming benefits of magnesium.
Naturelo claims that the supplement has other benefits, such as relaxing nerves and providing support for calm and sleep. Such claims have not been evaluated or confirmed by the FDA.
Why do Consumers Buy Magnesium Supplements?
Consumers take Magnesium Supplements for many different reasons:
- Energy Creation
- Boost exercise performance
- Fight depression
- Type 2 Diabetes
- Lower blood pressure
- Anti-inflammatory benefits
- Prevent migraines
Few people know, however, that there is a lot of fraud and mislabeling in dietary supplement industry. Many magnesium supplements significantly understate the amount of actual magnesium that is provided.
If you are concerned about these or OTHER supplements, give us a call. We are evaluating many case of this type and would be glad to talk to you.
What Financial Compensation Can You Receive?
Consumers with successful claims may be able to receive money back (a REFUND) for the purchases of the Naturelo Magnesium Supplement plus legal fees and other damages.
How Do I Submit a Claim?
If you were the victim of Naturelo Magnesium Supplement misrepresentation, you may qualify in this investigation.
Legal help is available by filling out the form on this page or calling (855) 301-2100 for a Free Case Evaluation by an experienced lawyer.