If there were truly an over the counter supplement that helped significantly with weight loss, it would be on the cover of every magazine, be patented by a pharmaceutical company and we'd all be taking it. This particular one sounds like every other fly-by-night fat burning supplement company on the market. It's a very pricey one, too. I'm willing to bet that the only thing this sucker will make lighter is your wallet.
Do not fall for the very attractive marketing ploys these supplement manufacturers pull. There is nothing new about this, and it won't do anything the other over the counter "fat burners" don't. Don't try to find a shortcut. There isn't one; if there was, it would be on every magazine known to man, and every major news outlet there is. The only thing I can say about this one is that even Dr. Oz hasn't picked up on it, and if there was even so much as a shred of evidence it might work, he'd be all over it. They also appear to be exceptional at SEO manipulation. If they were legit, they wouldn't need to do that.
Talk to your doctor before taking *any* supplements, over the counter or otherwise. If you believe you have leptin resistance, you need to be talking to an endocrinologist, not a supplement hawker. Remember that those videos are *designed* to be appealing, and have been carefully crafted to trigger every "I want that" receptor you have. They know what they're doing, and they're manipulating.
Edited by: DRAGONCHILDE at: 1/27/2013 (22:47)
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