One-A-Day Weight Smart Advanced Dietary Supplement
  • I'm obsessively lazy and love my couch, my reeces peanut butter cups, and my books far too much to consider exercising these days
  • Though I eat my chocolate on a daily basis, just about, I also have no problem keeping up with my proteins and fruits and veggies
  • My husband suggested I start taking vitamins on a daily basis, and I thought that was a pretty good idea
  • I've wanted to try One-a-day products for a while, but they always seemed to expensive, but then I happened to find the weight smart variety in the weight loss section of the grocery store, and it was quite a bit cheaper, so I decided to try it out
  • I noticed that I haven't gained any of my weight back, and I'm not almost done with the bottle, despite the feelings of nausea, and it actually seemes to help control my appetite, which was a side effect (a good one) that I wasn't expecting


    • by Anasuya
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      I’m not a health freak by any stretch of the imagination. Quite frankly, I’d probably be seen at the other far end of that spectrum. I’m obsessively lazy and love my couch, my reeces peanut butter cups, and my books far too much to consider exercising these days. I’m constantly active at work, up and down ladders and lifting heavy boxes, so I don’t feel like I’m completely inactive and a total bum, but I don’t go out of my way to be active when I’m NOT at work. Though I eat my chocolate on a daily basis, just about, I also have no problem keeping up with my proteins and fruits and veggies. But, despite this, I still feel very exhausted at the end of every day. I drink lots of water as well. Like I said, I’m not particularly health conscious, but I’m by no means UNhealthy in regards to my food

      and activity levels. So I’m not sure why I started feeling so lethargic all the sudden. It wasn’t just a desire to curl up and read a good book, but a downright inability to muster up the energy to do much of anything else! My husband suggested I start taking vitamins on a daily basis, and I thought that was a pretty good idea. I’ve wanted to try One-a-day products for a while, but they always seemed to expensive, but then I happened to find the weight smart variety in the weight loss section of the grocery store, and it was quite a bit cheaper, so I decided to try it out. I had recently lost over 50 lbs, and in a relatively short amount of time, and thought perhaps that was the cause of it, though I had been eating right at the time, and exercising daily. It wasn’t until I started my ...

      • job that I began to feel lethargic. I stopped my exercise routine, and started eating junk food, even if I was still eating my healthy foods as well.

        These weight smart vitamins were what i was looking for, though, because the main thing that caught my eye about them was that they were designed with minerals and vitamins to boost energy levels, and that seemed to be the biggest problem for me. And the were the least expensive of the vitamin selection at $15 for a 100 pill supply. Usually you’d pay that much for a 30 pill supply! You take one tablet daily with food, and I followed that regime like it was God’s word sent straight from heaven. After the first week, however, I started to notice that I was experiencing an upset stomach pretty frequently. I wasn’t having diarrhea or vomiting, but that nauseaous feeling seemed to constantly be there, and

        it was actually making me a little more exhausted than I had been feeling before.

        If it weren’t for the feelings of nausea, however, which are primarly what are exhausting me, I have a feeling this wouldn’t be a bad one-a-day to take. It might make the more sensitive a little shaky because I’ve noticed that, I got a little jittery after the first week on it, and it didn’t matter how big or small of a meal I took the pill with. I noticed that I haven’t gained any of my weight back, and I’m not almost done with the bottle, despite the feelings of nausea, and it actually seemes to help control my appetite, which was a side effect (a good one) that I wasn’t expecting. It’s worth the money, I have to say, despite my slight negative reaction to it. So long as I take in conjunction with a pepto-bismal product, then I feel fine.

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