Solar Health Ltd and the Advertising Standards Authority

As mentioned here, I complained to the ASA about Solar Health back in March, as part of a batch of complaints about practitioners of Live Blood Analysis. Solar Health also carry out a range of other ‘complementary therapies’ about which I believed they were also making misleading claims on their website. So I complained about those too.

The case has been ‘informally resolved’ today. I’ve just checked the Solar Health website and I’m pleased to report that  efficacy claims and references to serious medical conditions have vanished. There are still a couple of things on there I’m not sure about but I’ll leave it for now while they finish updating their website (it has only changed either today or yesterday) and see how it looks in a few weeks.

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