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  • I've tried slim fast products, south beach diet products, I've even tried going a whole month eating nothing but healhty choice frozen meals, and I think I felt worse after all that than I did to begin with, which is ironic given that they are health foods
  • It was the Hydroxycut Advanced Rapid Release Dietary Supplements, and they cost about $30 for 72 capsules
  • They say you can take more if you feel you need to for the appetite supressant, but I don't like the idea of taking more than four of anything a day


    • by Anasuya
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      It’s really rather sad that I can review as many of these products as I have, because that means I’ve TRIED this many weight loss products. But, it can be really discouraging to work for months on end, exercising for two hours every day, counting every calorie and carb, measuring food to the nth degree, all to settle on one particular weight and not be able to move on from that. I lost 50 lbs in a four month period when I started my life change, but since then, I’ve never been able to break the number I stopped losing at. I’ve been discouraged because of this, gained back ten pounds, and lost it again, but still can’t break that one magic number (and there’s no amount of money in the world that will get me to reveal what that number is, not even to my husband!). I’ve tried slim fast products, south beach diet products, I’ve even tried

      going a whole month eating nothing but healhty choice frozen meals, and I think I felt worse after all that than I did to begin with, which is ironic given that they are health foods. That’s when I turned to the diet pills that are supposed to suppress appetitie and encourage metabolism and all that good stuff.

      I had originally seen Hydroxycut on tv, and that was the only place you could purchase it, but it’s since been made available online and in some health food stores like GNC. Not sure if GNC is still carrying it, but that’s where I got my bottle. It was the Hydroxycut Advanced Rapid Release Dietary Supplements, and they cost about $30 for 72 capsules. But, you’re supposed to take four capsules a day (two in the morning and two at night) so this doesn’t go very far AT ALL, and it’s an expensive product to continue using.

      It’s a caffine free product,


      • which I liked, and the box goes on and on about how University tests have proven it does this and that, and uses a bunch of lingo and jargon that the average person, such as myself, just isn’t going to know a thing about. They really need to reconsider repackaging and using every day terms the average person can relate to.

        I used it as directed until it was gone, which was in only about three weeks. They say you can take more if you feel you need to for the appetite supressant, but I don’t like the idea of taking more than four of anything a day. And, it didn’t supress my appetite in the least. Not to say I was ravenously hungry while on it, but I wasn’t ravenously hungry to begin with. I was eating proper and healthy meals, but just couldn’t break past this particular weight that I was stuck at. This was supposed to

        boost metabolism and help get past that hump.

        After about two weeks taking these pills, I started getting pretty severe headaches that made it incredibly difficult to concentrate. If it hadn’t been for the fact that I had to go to work, I’d have ended up in bed with a hot and/or cold towel over my eyes at all possible times. I’m not sure if it boosted energy or not, because quite frankly, I was just so exhausted from the headaches! And, I didn’t notice any considerable lasting weight loss. I think I had managed to lose two pounds during those three weeks, but gained it back as soon as I stopped taking the product, so it doesn’t do a whole lot of good even if it was the cause of the weight loss. And really, $30 for 2 pounds just isn’t worth it, regardless.

        Not a good product. Not the worst out there, but not good at all.




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