I have to admit, I worry when I see things like ForceFactor advertised.
The FDA does not do a fabulous job of regulation - just look at their track record over the past 30 or 40 years - it looks to me like they are actually trying to pacify the pharmaceutical and food-producer lobbyists rather than do real testing of the products they're supposed to sign off on!
Now, taking that into account, if you then look at products that are NOT FDA approved, you have even less guarantee that it's not going to do some damage to your system.
The body is a delicate mechanism, with millions of moving parts. Any outside interference in the form of pills (even medications) and supplements - well, you never know exactly what sort of cocktail you're mixing there, and what the long-term effects might be. Remember fen-phen? It caused weight loss, yes, but it also killed people.
If it were *me*, I would stay far away from this product. Muscles grow when you exercise them. So exercise them. That'll give you the boost in metabolism that will slowly work away at the fat. Slow and steady wins the game, they tell me! :)
Final analysis - it's your body. Your choice.
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