In the U.S., many people take dietary supplements to help with weight loss and improve their mood.
While some of these supplements are labeled as natural and natural-beverage, many companies and brands are also selling supplements that contain synthetic ingredients, or are even more harmful than natural ingredients.
The products in question can contain potentially toxic ingredients that are often added to products as substitutes for natural ingredients, such as coloring agents or ingredients that can mimic natural plant-based ingredients.
In a recent case, two U.K. consumers sued the manufacturer of the synthetic ingredients they claimed were used in the product.
In a ruling released in May, the British Court of Appeal found that the manufacturer, Nutiva, had not been given a fair trial.
According to the ruling, the product was marketed with false claims that Nutiva had no knowledge of its ingredients.
In addition, Nutivas marketing materials were deceptive and misleading.
The case is not the first time a natural supplement has been linked to toxic chemicals.
In 2015, the New Zealand government banned the use of a synthetic, biodegradable product that had been marketed as an alternative to natural supplements.