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The plot thickens, where or where is the Revive Pineapple and Mango Smoothie with Tara?


On July 4, I posted “Are Revive Super Smoothies linked to acute Liver Failure too?”

I did that after being contacted by people who had consumed the Revive Pineapple and Mago Smoothie.

As I said then:  If you follow this Reddit thread – https://www.reddit.com/r/revivesuperfoods/comments/voglbs/revive_superfoods_smoothies_liver_issues_sickness/ it certainly seems that the numbers of ill coming forward are growing of people with nearly identical acute symptoms – abnormal liver enzymes and bilirubin, many with gallbladder involvement.  Many have had multiple blood tests, MRIs, CTs, ultrasounds, with likely liver biopsies and gall bladder removals.

These are essentially the same symptoms and outcomes that have surfaced after being retained by and speaking to the over 175 people linked to the consumption of Daily Harvest products – specifically (but not exclusively), the French Lentil + Leek Crumbles. See also this Reddit thread – https://www.reddit.com/r/DailyHarvest/comments/vcqwxe/extreme_stomach_painsickness_from_lentilleek/

I noted that the common ingredient between the Revive Pineapple and Mago Smoothie and the Daily Harvest French Lentil + Leek Crumbles was a product called Tara.

On July 5, I posted “Revive Superfoods no longer has Tara as a listed ingredient – what happened in the last 24 hours?” 

The on July 7 Tara was back on as an ingredient: “Tara is back on ingredient list at Revive?”

Now, the Revive Pineapple and Mango Smoothie is simple gone – Tara and all.

Here is an earlier screenshot showing the Revive Pineapple and Mango Smoothie.



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