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15% off Capsiplex (FAT BURNER) in August £25.50

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Normal Price is £29.99 per 30 caps Using CA1508 Code 30 caps are now £25.50 (15% off) Delivery is £3.95 Used by J-Lo and Brad Pitt, previously only available on NHS for obese patients. N…
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Lets face it, any person is guaranteed to lose weight if they burn off more calories than they consume.These "fat burners" are nothing but a gimmic, preying on fat people who will spend money in a desparate bid to lose weight by sitting on their fat behinds.They are better off spending £29.99 on some gym kit e.g. floor mat & exercise ball.:)

im not sure anyone with any sense would think that sitting down popping pills and doing no exercise is good for you, or claiming it will help lose the fat sotres in your body, however just with any low fat or low sugar products, if used in conjunction with exercise they can help MORE than merely exercise alone.

ephedrine or at least in its leaf form ma huang, has for hundreds of years been recognised world wide as a 'slimming' aid or as it would now be called, a fat burner. oddly enough it has never been a prescription drug however in the last few years it has been banned in many countries ( primarily as it is a key ingredient for crystal meth).

the people banging on that you cant lose fat unless you only exercise are not just missing a trick, they are missing the obvious, the key to changing the structure of your body is diet first exercise second and suppliments 3rd. add all 3 together and you get the optimum effects for fat loss, muscle development or what ever you want to make of your body.

if you want a suppliment, do the research on the ingredients, if they are proven thermogenically to increase the core temperature of the body then you can be sure it will be that extra little help in the big picture.

the best places to go are normally the body building sites if you want correct information. people who spend time and money to self improve, word soon gets around if a product has been of any benefit or if it is no good. there is normally a section on weight loss with lots of sensible advice.
Lets face it, any person is guaranteed to lose weight if they burn off more calories than they consume.
These "fat burners" are nothing but a gimmic, preying on fat people who will spend money in a desparate bid to lose weight by sitting on their fat behinds.
They are better off spending £29.99 on some gym kit e.g. floor mat & exercise ball.
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Thank you for your charming but misspelled reply. Methylcellulose is mainly used as a laxative. It absorbs water & swells and can make you feel full up. It is not a "fat-burner" (whatever that means). The British National Formulary says "there is little evidence to support its use in the management of obesity". The Daily Mail article is a load of rubbish with no evidence to back it up. These "wonder drug" articles are ten a penny. Save your money.

Edited By: dwl99 on Aug 09, 2010 19:04: url
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-1286417/Fat-busting-drug-Capsiplex-snapped-slimmers-sells-days.html

"It includes the clinically-proven Methylcellulose, which doctors prescribe to around 10,000 dieters every year."
"The pills contain an increased dosage of blood sugar-regulating Chromium, fat burner L-Carnitine and 'star' ingredient Methylcellulose."

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-1286417/Fat-busting-drug-Capsiplex-snapped-slimmers-sells-days.html#ixzz0w83X2T00

i think you should quit now, your making yourself look like a right nut

Edited By: ag55 on Aug 09, 2010 18:00: add
oh really? What name was it marketed under? Why isn't it available on prescription now?
ag55
This was prescription only on the NHS for a number of years, it only recently became available to the public. Next thing you'll say is all prescription grade medicines don't work. Get your facts right


oh really? What name was it marketed under? Why isn't it available on prescription now? This has never been prescribed as a weight loss medication on the NHS. Also curiously not mentioned at all in the latest clinical guidelines for managing obesity NICE guidelines


Edited By: dwl99 on Aug 09, 2010 16:30: url
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