By HoneyColony Staff

A popular sports supplement called Craze was recently pulled from store shelves after tests showed it contained a chemical strikingly similar to meth. The compound, known as “N,alpha-DEPEA,” wasn’t on the label, and it’s never been tested on humans.

It’s actually not that surprising when you consider the FDA’s thorough examination of exactly NONE of the supplements currently on the market. In fact, the existence of this potentially dangerous ingredient only came to light because of an investigation carried out by USA Today.

The makers of Craze claim internal studies show their product is safe, but they have suspended production of the supplement pending further investigation.

Read more here.

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