Metabofire is an over the counter diet supplement which suppresses the appetite and burns calories all the time, even when sleeping! Or so the advertising blurb goes. Its advertising slogan is “set your metabolism on fire” which suggests that the metabolism is kicked into high gear.
Apple cider vinegar is a liquid obtained by fermentation of apple juice. During this process apples are crushed and juice is extracted. After that sugar and yeast are added to this juice. The main component of apple cider vinegar is acetic acid, which is made by adding certain bacteria to the apple juice. Besides acetic acid, apple cider vinegar also contains lactic, citric and malic acid.
You read it correctly, the name of this pill is Adepix and yes, it is very similar to Adipex, brand name of Phentermine based weight loss drug.
Note: Acomplia has been withdrawn from the market worldwide.
This anti-obesity pill has been surrounded by controversy ever since it hit the market a few years ago. It is by no means a simple diet pill and is unlike any others on the market at the moment.
Hoodia Gordonii plant has virtually taken the diet industry by storm. It is a plant extract that claims to suppress appetite and help users to eat less. Obviously, this then means that weight will start to drop.
Coming from “Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals”, ECA Extreme with Ephedrine is touted as “one of the most impressive and well known weight loss products ever”.
We were rather surprised when we saw an actual Ephedra pill in regular sale. While USA has banned all products containing Ephedra, it seems that laws in UK are more relaxed when it comes to selling Ephedra diet pills. Apparently, dieters wanting Ephedra can still get hold of it in UK.
When considering taking a course of diet pills, some of the most important questions asked must be whether they are safe or not and what side effects can be expected.
Not all diet pills are created equal, and some are downright dangerous, so it is always wise to check with a physician before commencing the diet plan.
“Natox is my secret weapon” – Sue Moxley
Since these kinds of treatments have reputation of being too expensive (anywhere from $200-$500, or more per treatment), the idea of “cream” sounds very appealing and economically more attractive.
Hydroxycut is a dietary supplement sold as a weight loss product, fat burner and energy enhancer. The manufacturer is Muscletech Research and Technology in Canada and the exact formula is proprietary.