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Awards slim weight loss tablets

Postby rainy16 » Fri, 30 Dec 2005 4:26 pm

just wondering did anyone try before new weight loss tablets that are new in market called Awards Slim?

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Re: Awards slim weight loss tablets

Postby s7031095 » Fri, 30 Dec 2005 5:56 pm

rainy16 wrote:just wondering did anyone try before new weight loss tablets that are new in market called Awards Slim?


Awards Slim. The name is cool. Seems like achieve a lot of awards!

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Postby Irenea » Fri, 06 Jan 2006 5:22 pm

:shock: i heard slimming tablets can be very dangerous....!!!! Take Heed.
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Re: Awards slim weight loss tablets

Postby jokerknight » Wed, 11 Jan 2006 1:03 pm

rainy16 wrote:just wondering did anyone try before new weight loss tablets that are new in market called Awards Slim?


Most of these pills offer the same remedy of sub-pressing your cholestrol and calories intake. Some even offer multi-vitamins and caffeine (to accelerating your metabolic to burn fats).

No harm in general as long as you keep to the normal prescription stated overleaf and not overdose yourself. Too much only cause liver to be weaken thats what Andrea D.Cruz have experience. You need to understand whether the reason you put on weight is because of fatty liver or just because of your diet which is normally the cause for woman. If it is just your diet then by consuming the pills will certainly help you well. But if it is fatty liver (normally cause due to alcohol) then you should seek a doctor prescription to lower your cholestrol and get your liver to work properly. Your liver is storing fats and not working hard enough to burn fats thats why you put on weight. Also for women water retention is also a problem.

So get to bottom of your problem first, don't get distracted by the beautiful figures shown on the ad. Excercise regularly is still the best. Keep control of your diet will defintely help. Count your calories intake a day and keep it down to below 1,600 you will be fine. A normal person only needs about 1,600 - 2,000 calaries a day. The reason you start putting on weight is because you take in more than what your body needed. So thats why you may have come across diet supplement like protein diet (herbalife, GNC, etc). What they are trying to help you is to reduce your calaries intake a day so when you are consuming not more than 1,600 calories a day you mind tells your body to switch to burning your store fats for energy. So this way you lose weight. But don't go lower then 1,200 calories because you still need energy to burn fats. so doctors will tell you to not practise crash diet. So increase your activities (excercise) and lower your calories intake should do the trick.

Just my 2 cents worth. Enjoy


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