otrdiena, 2011. gada 11. janvāris
This so-called weight loss supplement can be found in drug stores, supermarkets, health food stores and on the Internet. Although it doesn't warrant the "do not use" label from reviewers as a clearly-documented dangerous substance, Accuslim does have three major problems associated with its use: (1) It has very unpleasant side effects, (2) It doesn't work as a weight loss aid, and (3) Its advertising contains false and misleading claims.
Accuslim, in the maufacturer's verbal hype, is billed as the "super sexy diet pill" and is obviously aimed at women who would love to associate themselves with being both super and sexy. In addition, its advertising claims that the ingredients in Accuslim are somehow a completely new discovery. These two claims make Accuslim a powerful draw for younger women who are only too happy to plunk down their cash and credit cards to achieve an alluring look through some new diet breakthrough, and who are very unlikely to either read the bottle label or research the ingredients.
The facts are that the ingredients in Accuslim are anything but new. "Citrus Arurantium" is merely the fruit of a citrus tree - usually called bitter orange - that is commonly used as orange flower perfume bases, flavorings, as a central nervous system stimulant and as an appetite suppressant. Accuslim's formula is similar to many other weight loss supplements that crammed the shelves after the FDA banned the sale of products that contained the dangerous stimulant drug, ephedra (ephedrine). Accuslim may be "ephedra free" as it claims, but so is every other over-the-counter weight loss supplement since ephedra has been illegal in the US for a decade - hardly a new development! Formulas containing bitter orange, however, also cause FDA concerns because of its tendency to cause potentially serious side effects and because of its lack of true effectiveness, despite manufacturers' claims. According to the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine's 2008 review, bitter orange has NOT been proven to be safer for use as a diet aid than ephedra, nor is there any clinical evidence that show it is effective in weight loss.
Reading Accuslim's label may convince unsuspecting potential buyers because of its list of exotic herbal ingredients like green tea, rosea, vanadium, ginseng, eleuthero, and garcinia. The truth is that all of these ingredients combined in the recommended dose of 1-3 tablets before meals contain more caffeine than is generally considered to be safe because of its stimulant and addictive traits. Heavy coffee drinkers are particularly aware of caffeine's very unpleasant withdrawal symptoms that are identical to the addictive drugs amphetamine and methamphetamine!
Accuslim's side effects include:
Increased blood pressure
Irregular heart rate
It's easy to summarize the problems associated with Accuslim: It doesn't help users lose weight, but it does make them feel bad. Why bother when there are alternative solutions available as weight loss supplements that really work, and that contain no harmful or uncomfortable side effects?
Chief among those solutions is Phen375! Reviewers consistently report that Phen375 is safe and effective as a weight loss aid and produces NO unpleasant side effects. Unlike Accuslim, Phen375 really is a new weight loss breakthrough; since its release on the Internet market in 2009, it has earned testimonials from users and a remarkably high re-order rate. It contains no caffeine, is made from pharmaceutical-grade ingredients in FDA-approved laboratories, and its manufacturers make no false or misleading claims about its all-natural contents and their effects. Clearly, Phen375 is the best, safest, and most effective choice to help dieters achieve their weight loss goals.