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Coming with a free bottle of the 3 Day Detox to jump start your weight loss, Lipofuze is the only formula that can help you to lose up to 10 pounds in your first 7 days! It helps you to defeat the idea that diet and exercise is the only way, because it seems like your body always works against you when you try to do that. In fact, there have been some reports of even 100 pounds, which is not often legitimately found with most diet pills.
Alli s the first FDA approved option that comes in an over the counter form. They essentially use a 50% amount of a prescription treatment, and the FDA approved it in a narrow vote. Since then, they have promoted it as something that is safe, but not for everybody, promoting 50% more weight loss than diet and exercise alone. But they say that you have to commit to a lifestyle change, meaning no fat diet at all.
In studies, Alli showed that over a year’s period of time it actually lowered cholesterol levels and kept them down. This could have something to do with the no fat diet as well. However, its results were somewhat positive in various ways.
Orlistat is a fat blocker, and unfortunately it has only been tested in the amount used in prescription Xenical. They claim you will see greater results. But the reality is that is not proven. In addition, it comes with some rather nasty side effects if you don’t follow a no fat diet, and the reality is that you actually need good fats to lose weight, which it also blocks. Its use can lead to vitamin deficiencies, and most users cannot handle it to say the least. But even the cholesterol related benefits are questionable. With a no fat diet, you have to wonder if it’s the diet or the pill actually promoting that effect.
We would not recommend this product. It doesn’t actually promote weight loss, which is supposed to be the whole point, and its nasty side effects come if you don’t follow a ridiculous no fat diet that no one can continue to follow realistically speaking and which would negate the need for it anyway. We would recommend finding something else that may not be FDA approved but will actually work.