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Posted: 05 Oct 2012, 09:54
Has anyone ever tried any diet pills that worked? Yes I know theres a ton of risks and all but I am curious. I have tried hoodia, hydoxycut, green coffee bean etc. I now also drink meltdowns and redlines during the day but there expensive ($4.00 for one bottle. Let me know!

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Posted: 05 Oct 2012, 14:06
DNP works really well, but its pretty dangerous. A good alternative is getting on an EC stack. But I don't recommend it if you have heart problems or if you're really sensitive to caffeine.

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Posted: 05 Oct 2012, 15:10
There's only one thing that works long term and that's changing your lifestyle permanently.
Diet pills are not worth the risks, IMO. They are just a band-aid, not a solution.
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Posted: 06 Oct 2012, 02:51
3 times in my life I have drank diet pills and it never worked because I didn't put in the effort. The pills can't really help if you are not eating healthy foods and not exercising enough. They can only help if you are persistent with your diet and exercising a lot but than why would you need them at all? My mom did lose a pound everyday when she drank some diet pills but than surprise the pounds where back so fast once she stoped taking them. On this diet I drank a weight loss shake for a month. I don't know if it helped because I was really disciplined but once I stoped drinking it my weight loss stoped for 10 days. I fought really hard to break trough my little plateau. In the end it wasn't worth the money.

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