There are over a dozen prescription medications and hundreds of over-the-counter drugs, Ayurvedic and Herbal supplements for weight loss.
They claim, making you slim and burning Fat by suppressing your appetite, increasing your metabolism or keeping your body from absorbing the fat you eat.
As we witness big time boom in ecommerce, plenty of Fake diet pills and Supplements are sold online, these products include, but aren't limited to:
Garcinia Cambogia Extract
Garcinia Plant Extract
Garcinia Cambogia Herbs
Garcinias Pure and Pure Life Cleanse
Pure Cambogia Ultra
Pure Cambogia Slim
Green Coffee Bean Extract
Green Coffee Bean Max
Green Tea Extract
African Mango Diet Pills
Wholemega Diet Pills
Body Cleanse - Colon Cleanse
Raspberry Ketone Diet
Oxy ELITE Pro
Slim Trim U
Conjugated Linoleic Acid
Bitter Orange / Synephrine
Wow Health products
No Fat Slimming Pills
Linto Slim Trim
Anti Obesity Kit
Herbal Life Weight Loss Shake Mix
We at VReportU been watching these products making thier way into Indian market since 2013 and we were sure that they are 100% fake, inorder to report real facts our research found that several websites are unlawfully using few famous public figures and popular TV channels brand to sell diet supplements and pills.
Please go through our report here to avoid these diet pill and do spread the information to help others.
In some cases, the companies selling these products gone to the extent of making false connection between their products and the public figures and TV brands without any permissions of concerned people which is both illegal and unacceptable.
These products tend to work via one or more of these mechanisms as they claim:
- Reduce appetite, making you feel more full so that you eat fewer calories.
- Reduce absorption of nutrients like fat, making you take in fewer calories.
- Increase fat burning, making you burn more calories.
These supplements probably effective for weight loss in the short term. However, the side effects can be serious, and sometimes can cost your life.
The manufacturers of these products make extravagant promises about the properties of their drugs, but most of these claims are not backed up by clinical research. In fact, the drugs that promise to help you shed kilos or burn fat may hold hidden dangers to your health.
In reality, NO supplement or pill really works that well for weight loss, but the companies who promote these products claim instant weight loss by bringing in popular healthcare professionals to support their products.
Even few scientific publications and research labs do give them a positive outcome, but keep in mind that many of these studies were industry sponsored.
It may seem hard to believe, but dietary supplement manufacturers (unlike pharmaceutical companies) don't have to prove that their products work or even that they're safe. They don't have to get approval from the Food and Drug Administration or from any other monitoring bodies before selling them to the public.
That means the rules are less rigorous, which has unsurprisingly been a boon to the industry to sell their fake products on store shelves and on the Internet.
Diet supplements are available in just about any form that you can take by mouth, from pills and capsules to powders, liquids and teas. Some products are taken with a meal, others are taken instead of a meal.
There's no magic bullet for losing weight. The most effective way to lose weight is through lifestyle changes. Eat a healthy low-calorie diet with lots of fruits and vegetables and be physically active.
Note: Towards end of our report we have posted best possible weight loss solutions to opt for.