Fat reduction pills have always been a popular product. Are they really as great as people say they are? Are these pills safe to use? We’re going to find the answers to these questions by taking a look at the ingredients used in some of the most popular weight loss pills out there.
Popular fat reduction pills, such as the Relacore Extra, use a variety of natural products in order to boost one’s metabolism. Some of these pills even claim to offer stress relief. Here’s what can be found in fat reduction pills:
- Asian Ginseng Root: an ingredient used in Korea for making traditional medicine. It allegedly has weight loss properties but there isn’t a lot of evidence to back this claim up.
- Passionflower: used in the USA to cure insomnia, hyper anxiety, cardiac arrest, and nervous breakdowns. The safety of this ingredient is also questionable.
- Chinese Skullcap: used to cure AIDs, psoriasis, swelling, kidney infections, and inflammation.
- Poria: a mushroom used for Amnesia, restlessness, insomnia, and anxiety.
- Jujubes: a fruit rich with vitamin C, it enhances bone strength, eases anxiety, and regulates blood pressure.
- Magnolia Bark: used to deal with obesity, asthma, depression, and anxiety.
As you can see hardly any of these natural ingredients actually help with weight loss and many cause various side effects.
Aside from the ingredients mentioned above, it contains chemicals such as:
- FD&C Yellow 5 lake
- Polyvinyl Alcohol
- Croscarmellose Sodium
- Stearic acid
- Titanium / Mica dioxide
- Polysorbate 80
- Polyethylene Glycol
The numerous side effects of the pills can be easily explained after seeing the ingredients. The recommended dosage of the pill is 3 capsules each morning! Is it really safe to consume as the company claims? Certainly, more research should be done on Weight loss pills and their use should be discouraged.