Shambala is said to help the one who drinks it to find his or her ‘inner self’. In Radar food experts criticized the mixture. Beelen himself also spoke and was unable to clarify the exact proportion of the ingredients in the drink.
A pharmacologist spoke of a ‘ticking time bomb’ because Shambala could cause a so-called serotonin shock. This is due to the MAO inhibitors, an anti-depressant, in the product. With a serotonin shock, the amount of serotonin, the chemical in the brain that ensures a good mood and more self-confidence, in the body goes up considerably. That can cause poisoning.
„We think it is good that Radar investigates the drug that Giel recommends. With programs like Angry, Checkout or zembla We also take a look at these kinds of things ourselves. If things happen that are not right, it is good if this is brought to light,” said the broadcaster. “This is an activity of Giel that is completely separate from BnnVara, but we will discuss the desirability of this with him.”
The Dutch Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority (NVWA) announced on Wednesday that it would start an investigation into the drug. It is unclear how long the investigation into Shambala will take.
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