Alpha Brain Supplements Provide No Brain-Enhancing Benefits, Class Action Says
Martin v. Onnit Labs, Inc.
Filed: May 16, 2023 ◆§ 2:23-cv-03737
The makers of the Alpha Brain dietary supplement face a class action that alleges the product does not support memory, focus or cognitive processing speed as advertised.
The makers of the Alpha Brain dietary supplement face a proposed class action that alleges the product does not support memory, focus or cognitive processing speed as advertised.
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According to the six-page lawsuit, the claim from defendant Onnit Labs that its purportedly brain-boosting supplement offers the “ultimate way to get ‘in the zone’” has been “proven false by the overwhelming weight of scientific evidence.”
In fact, the case contends that several studies have shown that the ingredients in Alpha Brain fail to provide any of the promised cognitive effects.
The plaintiff, a California resident who works as a “tester” to ensure that companies adhere to state law, says they bought Alpha Brain to obtain its advertised benefits yet did not experience any of the product’s touted brain-enhancing benefits.
“By making demonstrably false claims that its product provides memory benefits that it does not and cannot provide, Defendant has illegally collected millions of dollars from unsuspecting consumers,” the suit stresses.
The lawsuit looks to represent anyone within the United States who purchased Alpha Brain supplements for personal use within the past six months.
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