Kim and Khloe Kardashian’s diet product they rep, QuickTrim, reportedly has too much caffeine to be deemed a healthy weight loss product
In addition to her legal drama over her 72 day old marriage, Kim Kardashian might have some more lawsuit issues on her plate. The New York Post is reporting there might be a class action lawsuit against the Kardashians and their diet product, QuickTrim, which has made $45 million in revenue since the Kardashian sisters started working with them three years ago.
“The active ingredient in QuickTrim weight loss products is a large dose of caffeine . . . The FDA has determined that caffeine is not safe or effective for weight loss,” the law firm Bursor & Fisher says about the suit.
Partner Scott A. Bursor told the Post, “My firm has been retained by an individual that purchased QuickTrim, and we are investigating the matter. We have provided written notice of our client’s claims to the company and others involved in marketing QuickTrim,” and his firm is reaching out to other QuickTrim users. Bursor & Fisher has won or settled cases against firms peddling products including hair loss remedy Avacor and diet supplement Xenadrine.
Our West Coast Producer, Kirstin Benson, tried out QuickTrim and enjoyed the product. However, the caffeine in the pills was definitely noticeable.
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