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At a glance
- Claim: Grandsure Gold Nutrient Dense Drink treats joint pain.
- Rating: FALSE
- The facts: Grandsure Gold Nutrient Dense Drink is not a registered product with the Philippine Food and Drug Administration. The FDA published a public health warning against the purchase and consumption of Grandsure Gold Nutrient Dense Drink in 2022.
- Why we fact-checked this: The post containing the claim has over 62,400 views on Facebook, as of writing.
A post on July 15 by the Facebook page “Grandsure Gold USA Plus” claims that Grandsure Gold Nutrient Dense Drink treats joint pain.
This is false.
The FDA also issued a public health warning in March 2022, prohibiting the purchase and consumption of Grandsure Gold Nutrient Dense Drink.
According to the FDA, Grandsure Gold Nutrient Dense Drink is an unregistered product that did not undergo FDA’s quality and safety evaluation process. – Lorenz Pasion/Rappler.com
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