September 18, 2019

LifeVantage Recalls Protandim Dietary Supplements for Foreign Materials

LifeVantage Corporation is recalling select lots of Protandim®, the Nrf2 Synergizer® dietary supplement because there may be small metal fragments in the final product. The fragments were discovered in batches of turmeric extract, an ingredient that came from a third party supplier.

Recall SignageThe supplement is packaged in a cylindrical blue bottle, with 30 caplets per bottle. You can see the lot numbers and expiration dates at the FDA web site. The supplements were distributed in the United States and Japan between July and November 2012.

After consulting with doctors, the company believes there is no serious risk to consumer health. There have been no reports of illness or injury associated with the consumption of this product. If you have purchased this product, stop taking it. For questions, call LifeVantage directly at 1-866-912-9051 seven days a week, 24 hours a day.



  1. Is the recall for ALL Protandim or just certain lots of it?

    Thank you,

    • You can see the lot numbers, along with the expiration dates for the recalled products at the FDA site. Just follow the link in the story.

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