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CHARRELL07
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Thinogenics: not for me!

Monday, June 24, 2013

So I'd been hearing awesome stuff about thinogenics. My cousin lost 40 pounds from taking it. My stepmom had bought a bottle of it , took it one day, but didn't like how it made her feel. So she let me have it since I was curious about it. I took it first thing in the morning everyday last week. It gave me tons of energy and I drank water like crazy! It made it difficult to fall asleep at night and when I could get to sleep I didn't rest well. After three days of taking it, I started to feel so depressed. I wasn't sure if it was the lack of nicotine or if I was starting to have trouble with my depression again. I've had my depression and anxiety under control for about two years, so I was getting really concerned. Anyway, I decided to stop taking the thinogenics to see if that wasn't mixing with my meds well or what was going on. After two days of being off of it, I feel MUCH better. I guess they're just not for me. Hey I lost a good bit of weight just dieting and excersing so I'll just keep that up and forget diet pills.
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  • COUNTRYBARB05
    Losing with diet and exercise is a better way to go. I am always concerned about any side effects or interactions with medications. Glad to hear that you are feeling better since stopping taking it.
    1190 days ago
  • LISA_SUMNER08
    This is one of the reason I try to stay away from diet pills. I'm never sure how they will make me feel. I would rather proudly say I did it on my own than with the help of a pill. It works for some but not for me. Good luck!
    1191 days ago
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  • JACQUELINEJO
    Glad to hear you're feeling better!
    1191 days ago
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