Anyone who purchased the Nature Made Diabetes Health Pack supplement.
What’s Going On?
Attorneys are investigating whether the supplement’s maker may have made false and unauthorized claims about its ability to prevent or treat diabetes. They're looking into whether a class action lawsuit can be filed on behalf of people who purchased the supplement.
How Can a Class Action Lawsuit Help?
A class action lawsuit, if successful, could help people get back some of the money they spent on the supplement and force the product’s maker to remove any misleading statements from its packaging.
What You Can Do
If you bought Nature Made’s Diabetes Health Pack supplement, fill out the form on this page to find out how you could help the investigation and why you may be owed money back.
Attorneys working with ClassAction.org want to speak with people who purchased the Nature Made Diabetes Health Pack dietary supplement.
They’re looking into whether certain claims on the supplement’s label—particularly those that state or imply that the product can prevent or treat diabetes—violate federal and state labeling regulations and mislead people as to the supplement’s benefits.
If so, a class action lawsuit could help consumers get back some of the money they spent on the product.
If you’ve purchased the Nature Made Diabetes Health Pack supplement, fill out the form on this page to share your experience. Attorneys need to hear from more people who bought this product before they can determine whether a class action lawsuit can be filed.
Nature Made Diabetes Health Pack Label Claims
Because the Nature Made Diabetes Health Pack is a dietary supplement, it must comply with certain state and federal labeling regulations designed to prevent manufacturers from making unauthorized health-related claims about their products.
One such rule is that products cannot state or imply that they are intended to treat or prevent disease unless they have been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for that purpose.
Attorneys are investigating whether the packaging and advertising for the Nature Made Diabetes Health Pack—a supplement marketed specifically to people with diabetes or prediabetes—includes unauthorized health-related claims that haven’t been approved by the FDA.
These claims may mislead consumers into thinking the supplement can help prevent or treat diabetes even though it hasn’t received FDA approval for that purpose.
Nature Made Diabetes Health Pack Reviews
The Nature Made diabetes supplement generally has good reviews on retailers’websites, but some buyers have reported that the product doesn’t work.
Below is a sampling of some of these reviews [sic throughout]:
Tried them and tracked glucose carefully. No difference at all.” — Bear, 07/15/22, Amazon.com
[I]t is just combination of multivitamins ,nothing to do with diabetes…” — Not a Paid Review, 01/08/18, Amazon.com
Did not notice a difference in blood sugar levels[.]” — Germaine J., 10/23/18, Amazon.com
[I] check my glucose constantly, I feel that if a product is going to be good to correct or heal something results should be noticed in the first few days, well this so call Health Pack is no such a thing, I bought it along with another recommended product called CINSULIN. I took all the way to half of the packages, I did NOT notice any changes in my glucose so I stop taking this and wasting my time and hopes…” — Harh, 11/14/16, Amazon.com
It isn't working for me. I have been taking it for over two months and my A1C level has increased since I have started taking the health pack. Maybe it will work for some but not for me.” — Woodguy23, Costco.com
This product makes me ill.. too many vitamins and minerals in one pack to take and it overwhelmed my system. It also didn’t regulate my blood sugar. Not buying this again and will try to return the unused pills.” — Sierra neck wrinkle, Costco.com
Dont like it make my sugar spike up[.]” — holly, 06/04/20, Walmart.com
Although the FDA has an approval process in place for new drugs—which includes robust testing of the product’s efficacy—dietary supplements are not as strictly regulated.
The Nature Made Diabetes Health Pack is marketed as a dietary supplement, not an FDA-approved drug, which means it’s not supposed to make any claims about its ability to treat or prevent a health condition such as diabetes. Attorneys are looking into whether the packaging and marketing of the product misled consumers as to the supplement’s benefits.
How a Class Action Lawsuit Can Help
If filed and successful, a class action lawsuit could help people get back money they spent on the Nature Made Diabetes Health Pack. It could also force the product’s manufacturer to remove any claims from the supplement’s packaging and advertising that are found to be misleading.
If you purchased the Nature Made Diabetes Health Pack supplement, fill out the form on this page to find out more about the investigation. After you get in touch, one of the attorneys working with ClassAction.org may reach out to you directly to explain how you could help get a class action lawsuit started.