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Does Weightwatchers Really Works
No, of course not: Their webpage claims their herbal product treats multiple types of std's and clears viruses, parasites, and bacteria. Of course, there is no such magical item, so hold on to your money. This is likely an offshore sales pitch, as it is illegal to make false medical claims in the U.S. ...Read more
Reviews/ research: It sounds like there are no good scientific trials and it is very costly. Here is an article you can read: http://www.Dietspotlight.Com/apidexin-review/. The company says it contains ingredients that are proven to lead to weight loss - in my mind that is different from saying their product is proven to cause weight loss. ...Read more
It is not the fats!!: Orlistat works in very limited situations. Primarily, it is useful for reducing fat absorption. Therefore, if you have a diet high in fats, it may work. However, in many situations; it is not the fat that makes you fat. As the diet industry has attempted to limit fat, to make foods more palatable, the carb content has increased. So sad, now foods are processed and high in sugars. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Aczone: Aczone is antibacterial, antiinfective, and anti-inflammatory. It is one of the gentler prescription acne products out there, so it is often prescribed for acne patients with sensitive skin who cannot tolerate retinoids or drying actives like benzoyl peroxide. (Aczone is also suitable for those with Rosacea, although not that effective for Rosacea). ...Read more
Relora: I do not know how effective relora is. It contains magnolia officinalis & phellodendron amurense (traditional chinese medicine herbs). It is reported to improve sleep, reduce stress and help suppress appetite. This article refers to two studies: http://www.Livestrong.Com/article/254056-side-effects-of-relora/. You might ask someone who has tried it. ...Read more
Buyer Beware: Generally if an over the counter drug makes outlandish claims, it doesn't live up to the hype. Despite the manufacturer's assertions, no scientific studies have evaluated the drug in a prospective randomized trial published on PubMed. Thanks for trusting Health Tap! ...Read more
Minoxidil Works, but: Minoxidil promotes improved hair growth from weak follicles. Twice a day, everyday until further notice, is the recommended dosage. Get a HairCheck measurement if you want to track your progress in 90 days, otherwise you'll have to wait 6-12 months to judge. OTC minox (rogaine) is weak & messy. Formula 82M compounded minoxidil goes on dry & is much more powerful. Stop the minox? Lose the result! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Diet Products: Nope. Notice not one physician recommended this product. It, like all of the products before it, will not lead to any real or lasting weight loss. If there were truly an effective weight loss product all of us would be advocating for it. ...Read more
Great question!: The current working hypothesis: homeopathic remedies gently stimulate your healing/restorative system in the specific way it's disturbed -- which can be perceived through the symptoms you have. If the remedy is close enough to this symptoms pattern, your system responds by correcting itself. Your symptoms gradually resolve, and resilience improves. Nanomedicine too: http://tinyurl.Com/l6jlgar. ...Read more
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