Do Diet Pills Really Trigger You to Lose Weight?

phenq12 Apr 26 2017

 

Have you ever before wondered about this... if a diet pill says it's the Solution to you being able to lose weight, why do they also insist that you need to eat a wholesome a well ballanced moderate diet along with taking their pills? Hmm...

 

Here is a thought. Maybe the pill works and maybe it doesn't. But if you act like you eat a well-balanced low-calorie diet, you will likely lose weight anyway... so then how will you know if it was the diet pill or the smaller amount of food? Sneaky, right?

 

And have you ever before tried to return a bottle of the pills and asked for a return? While some companies may do refunds in order to keep their brand in a good light, any business could deny your refund WHEN you didn't also follow their suggested eating plan or IF you could not prove that you performed as they instructed.

 

Nevertheless before you try to plead ignorance or fold over backwards to try to prove what you should them, you might as well save your time because they alerted you all of this upfront... the majority of which they probably legally loopholed out of in the huge level of incredibly fine print phenq out that is on the package insert that you can't even read until you buy the pills and have them home to open the box. You lose either way.

 

Personally We would never take a diet pill. I don't want to be putting unidentified chemicals and foreign elements in my body, depending on some known or unknown company to tell me that whatever it contains is correctly safe for me (remember the Phen Fen debacle of years ago, and the long string of other products which may have caused problems in more modern times? )

 

In addition to while I would never advocate taking diet pills, for the people who insist on it here's where I see the actual benefit. If you are paying (big bucks likely) to take the supplements, you will be inclined to follow the directions provided and do exactly as they say. If the pill is the motivator for adhering to a healthy eating plan, then it could be worth it for you.

 

My personal recommendation should be to stay away from diet pills in any every form. Find a well-balanced diet plan that YOU can stick with. Either get a family involved to lose weight and get healthy as a group or get a weight loss pal for accountability and motivation.

 

Instead of spending extra money on diet pills, why not spend a little extra money on healthier food? Buy leaner cuts or varieties of meat, start using olive oil rather than corn oil, go for whole wheat products rather than the traditional processed white flour ones, and so on. These alternatives tend to be skipped over as being more expensive... which they are.

 

But if you were heading to spend the money on diet pills anyhow, just redirect those funds to buying some better and more healthy food for you and your family. You, your waistline and your heart will be glad you performed!