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Beware of “Clean Label Project” junk science fraud
Mike Adams The “Clean Label Project” is a junk science fraud.

They’re using secret “voodoo” lab tests to attack perfectly clean protein powders like the Vega product line.

As a lab scientist myself, it sickens me to see the deception and fraud of the Clean Label Project misinforming consumers and spreading lies about safe products.

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