Let's play a game.
I'm thinking of a product you can buy in any market or drug store. Its primary value proposition is its clinically proven powers to reduce your cholesterol. This product has been available over the counter for almost 70 years, and it's consumed by both toothless babies and dentured octogenarians.
Just three weeks after the FTC rammed Kellogg's for claiming that sugary Frosted Mini-Wheats make kids smarter, the FDA has come after General Mills for how it packages Cheerios.
While it may seem obvious that substituting whole grain oats for the usual donuts and Sausage McMuffins would lower one's cholesterol, apparently Cheerios are really statins.
Ask your doctor if Cheerios are right for you. Side effects include farting and starving for lunch by 10am.