Absolutely not. There is no such thing as an over the counter diet pill that works anyway, and we should not be putting chemicals of any kind in our children without a doctor's guidance. "All natural" doesn't mean anything, at all; in fact, it's something that is unregulated and can be added if there's even a smidgen of something considered "natural" in it.
Not to mention, natural doesn't mean safe or effective. Apples are natural, but the seeds contain cyanide! Snake venom is about as natural as it gets, but you won't catch me drinking it.
Let's talk about the psychological effects, as well; teaching a kid that all you have to do to stop being fat is take a pill is not going to teach them healthy lifestyle habits nor will it fix the problem.
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