Williams Kherkher Warns of Liver Damage, Failure from Hydroxycut

Experienced Law Firm Provides Informational Resources Regarding Hydroxycut Recall

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Houston, TX (PRWEB) May 5, 2009

In response to the recent recall of 14 Hydroxycut weight loss products, Williams Kherkher has taken action to warn the consumer public about the possibility of liver damage or liver failure associated with taking Hydroxycut.

As part of the firm's outreach efforts, it has launched an online resource center to address the concerns and questions of affected consumers. Additional inquiries should be directed to a Hydroxycut liver damage attorney at 800-761-3187.

Symptoms of Liver Damage:

Williams Kherkher urges people who have taken Hydroxycut to watch for any symptoms that may indicate liver damage or impending liver failure, including:

  • Jaundice - yellowed skin and/or eyes
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Weakness or fatigue
  • Brown urine
  • Sleeping disorders
  • Easily bruised skin
The Food and Drug Administration is still investigating the specific ingredients or combination of ingredients responsible for causing liver damage in users of Hydroxycut. More information on the symptoms and effects of liver damage are available from Williams Kherkher's Hydroxycut liver damage resource site.

About Hydroxycut:
Hydroxycut is a popular line of weight loss and energy enhancement products made and marketed by Iovate Health Sciences. In addition to holding a vast share of the consumer weight loss, Hydroxycut supplements are also popular among athletes, particularly bodybuilders looking to sharpen the appearance of their muscles.

Hydroxycut sells millions of units worldwide each year.

Up-to-Date Hydroxycut Resource Center:
For over 25 years, the attorneys of Williams Kherkher have taken it upon themselves to both educate and represent injured consumers. The firm has committed itself to monitoring and reporting on issues related to the recent Hydroxycut via the Hydroxycut Resource Center. The Resource Center will be constantly updated to reflect ongoing developments, and will also contain helpful information on important health-related issues, including liver damage, liver failure, and cardiovascular problems.

Contact the Hydroxycut liver damage attorneys of Williams Kherkher at 800-761-3187.

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