People's Keto Gummies Weight Loss Scam Exposed (2023)

People's Keto Gummies Weight Loss Scam Exposed (2023)

People\'s Keto Gummies Weight Loss Scam Exposed (2023)

This video is all about a People's Keto Gummies weight loss scam that shows a fake NBC News article on that mentions Ginkgo Bioworks, Skip Kingston of the Food Ingredient and Health Research Institute, Sarah Kliff from The New York Times, Abbott, Bayer AG, Glanbia plc., Pfizer Inc., Dr. Oz and the Diabetes Obesity and Metabolism medical journal. This supposed weight loss gummies product, People's Keto Gummies, was not featured with prominence by NBC News. Also, if there's a product or company out there with a name similar to People's Keto or Keto People, don't bug them with phone calls or emails, as they have nothing to do with any of this.

The People's Keto Gummies scam was advertised online in December 2023 and led to the fake NBC News article. It likely was also showing up in other places online. People's Keto Gummies is not FDA approved. If there's a People's Keto product out there and it's being misused in this scam, then I am saying that here, if that's the case.

My recommendation with this People's Keto Gummies scam and any other weight loss gummies scam is to avoid making purchases and instead... speak to your doctor.

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