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Gerald Shaw

Gerald Shaw

(806) 379-6265

Gerald Shaw

21 years in business

1315 Parker St
Amarillo, TX 79102-1524

BBB File Opened: 12/01/1995
Business Started: 6/01/1995
Business Started Locally: 8/01/2003
Type of Entity
Sole Proprietorship
Contact Information
  • Principal: Gerald Shaw, Independent Dealer
  • Jason Berkes, CEO
  • Kimberly Lishman, Director
Business Category
  • Nutritionists
  • Vitamins & Food Supplements
  • Product Sales - General

Additional Information
  • The following information was taken from a Federal Trade Commission brochure on Precautions for Taking Dietary Supplements There are thousands of dietary supplements on the market. Many contain vitamins and minerals to supplement the amounts of these nutrients that people get from the food they eat. Some dietary supplements have documented benefits; the advantages of others are unproven and claims about those products may be false or misleading. For example, claims that you can eat all you want and lose weight effortlessly are not true. To lose weight, you must lower your calorie intake or increase your calorie use through exercise. Most experts recommend doing both. Similarly, no body building product can tone you up effortlessly or build muscle mass without exercise. Claims to the contrary are false. Other questionable claims by makers of dietary supplements may involve products advertised as effective in curing insomnia, reversing hair loss, relieving stress, curing impotency, improving memory or eyesight and slowing the aging process. In addition to lacking documented effectiveness, some dietary supplements may be harmful under some conditions of use according to the US Food & Drug Administration. According to the FDA, the following substances are among those that raise serious safety issues at certain concentrations: chaparral, comfrey, yohimbe, lobelia, germander, willow bark, guar gun, jin bu huan, ma huang, L-tryptophan, phenylalanine, and germanium. In addition, some vitamins and minerals can cause problems for SOME people when taken in EXCESSIVE doses. These include vitamin A, niacin, Vitamin B6, Vitamin d, Iron and folic acid. And remember that a label of "natural" is no guarantee of a product's safety or effectiveness. Consumers who use dietary supplements should always read the label to determine the percentage of daily requirements for various nutrients contained in the product. Also, it is a good idea to seek the advice of a health professional before taking dietary supplements; particularly for children, adolescents, older or chronically ill persons and women who are pregnant or breast feeding

Products & Services
According to BBB files this company offers a Nutritional supplement called Seasilver.
Alternate Business Names
  • Seasilver USA

Licensing, Bonding or Registration:  This business is in an industry that may require professional licensing, bonding or registration. BBB encourages you to check with the appropriate agency to be certain any requirements are currently being met.

Number of Employees:  1



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Gerald Shaw


Gerald Shaw