Dr. Oz confronts San Diego company over popular diet supplement

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SAN DIEGO – Dr. Oz accused a San Diego company of falsely using his name and image to sell one of the hottest diet supplements on the market.

Dr. Oz confronts an employee outside TARR, Inc. headquarters in San Diego.
Dr. Oz confronts an employee outside TARR, Inc. headquarters in San Diego.

In an episode that recently aired, Dr. Oz flew to San Diego to confront the owners of TARR, Inc. for using his image and selling a product, known as Miracle Garcinia Cambogia, that he said was not pure enough to really help consumers.

Dr. Oz posted ConsumerLab.com’s test results of Miracle Garcinia Cambogia and other products on this website, along with a statement.

After the confrontation, TARR, Inc.’s owner Nathan Martinez sent Fox5 a statement.

 

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