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Weight Loss Products Risks

February 15, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

Are you considering getting a weight loss product to lose belly fat? There appears to be a continuous struggle among some sectors of the fat reduction industry and regulators including the FDA, Food and Drug Administration and the FTC, Federal Trade Commission. We don’t even look for them, and nevertheless we can effortlessly find ads that make bold promises about fat loss in the least amount of time. As an example, there are pills and patches apparently designed to burn and eliminate fat almost immediately, relatively speaking. One significant item worthy of note is many components and products haven’t been given any kind of stamp of approval for use. As far as the FTC is concerned, they have a full time job just keeping up with everything else they have to manage.
If you do an adequate amounts of your own research, you will notice that a lof so called herbal products have not been studied or approved for specific uses as promoted. We tend to feel that it is people who are the unhealthiest and prone to buy these products so they can do something about their fat. It is absolutely not out of the question for people to think something is proven to be safe simply because it is on the shelf. Then you have to take into account that so many products are on the market with no tests behind them. It is not uncommon at all to see products with some herbal substances that may be dangerous for some people who use them.
Ephedra is currently banned for use in the US, and that is just one single high profile illustration of which we talk. On the other hand, ephedra is not alone as a potential problem for some people. You are able to still come across Phenylpropanolamine HC (hydrochloride) being sold online. This specific ingredient made the media about a decade ago when it was typically used in cold medicines and fat reduction pills. But the usual situation with something like this is it was promoted under different brands. However just a few of the issues with Phenylpropanolamine is that it “could” trigger problems such as anxiousness, super fast heartbeat, high blood pressure, heart damage, heart attack and of course death in some instances. Even so, you can easily buy this specific ingredient on the web; we know mainly because we have viewed the ads for it. So then you have an item like this accessible to people who have no hint about what they are using. It is simply extremely hard, we think, for any agency to be totally aware of everything that occurs, and we must watch out for ourselves in the long run. Just think about the process that allows for a hazardous product to remain and be easily bought so long after the facts are known.
There just are no shortcuts with weight reduction, and people need to understand that sometimes you just can’t have a fast and easy route to success. Sure, it takes diligence to lose weight, but we all know it can be accomplished. There is no secret about losing weight and keeping it off, yet there seems to be no end to the new products that always seem to be appearing. If you really want to lose weight without risking your health, follow a good healthy diet and do regular exercise.

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