The U.S. Food and Drug Administration asked dietary grifters Evig LLC, of St. George Utah, and the company’s CEO, Douglas Lex Howard, as well as Premium Production LLC, of St. George, Utah, and its Manager, Ryan Petersen, to stop selling "Balance of Naure" supplements because they are lying when they claim they can diagnose, cure, mitigate, treat, or prevent diseases such as cancer, heart disease, cirrhosis, diabetes, asthma, and COVID-19

The hucksters refused to comply, and even continues to promote their products even though they knew they were adulterated and unsafe for use. Now a federal court has ordered them shut down.
The sad part is thanks to President Clinton exempting supplements from real FDA oversight in 1994, they continued to put gullible customers at risk and line their pockets. The fine they get will be nominal and they can just start doing the same thing using a new name. If a real medical company did that, they'd be in prison.

Not just frauds, dangerous frauds.

Only in egregious cases is the the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act enforced against charlatans, otherwise they just have to put in tiny print that “This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration" and they can get away with anything. Unless they kill someone or state plainly that they do something actual medicine does.