Recently sea buckthorn oil has been widely discussed online as a super food and described by some as a weight loss supplement. Fitness author, Rusty Moore, warns people to be skeptical of outrageous claims.
Online PR News – 09-June-2011 – – Sea buckthorn oil is a helpful antioxidant, but fitness author Rusty Moore warns us to be skeptical of some of the claims websites are making. Buzz was generated online after Dr Oz featured this 'super food' on his tv show. Dr Oz claims that sea buckthorn oil is a healthy supplement that aids in digestion and has antioxidant properties similar to vitamin c.
Online marketers have been using the endorsement of Dr Oz to distribute sea buckthorn oil. In the past 3 years Doctor Oz and Oprah Winfrey have sued over 50 companies who were using their endorsement without permission. Unfortunately several companies were making exaggerated weight loss claims when it came to supplements Dr Oz simply mentioned on his program.
Sea buckthorn oil may or may not fall under the same scrutiny as previous supplements that have generated buzz from being featured by Dr Oz.
Fitness author, Rusty Moore, had this to say about these sea buckthorn oil claims.
"The same thing happened with Acai Berry a few years back. Dr Oz claimed that it was a good antioxidant and helpful supplement. Unfortunately, some unethical marketers claimed that Dr Oz said it was an amazing weight loss supplement. Both Dr. Oz and Oprah sued over 40 companies that used their fake endorsement to sell Acai products."
Rusty also had this to say about the supplement.
"Although sea buckthorn oil may be a promising healthy supplement, it pays to research the science about how it works in the body. You certainly aren't going to get six pack abs overnight by using this supplement as some would have you believe. My advice? Proceed with caution!"
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