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Posted by: Stela | 2011/11/03

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Is best share slimminng milk tea safe to drink?

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Dear Stella
I have as yet not heard of 'Best Share Slimming Milk Tea' and don't have a list of the ingredients it contains. At least 1 or 2 new 'over-the-counter' slimming pills and products are launched every week, so it is practically impossible to keep track of them. However, you can judge for yourself: If you click on 'Diet & Nutrition' at the top of this page, then on 'Weight Loss' and 'Diet Detective' you can look up the various ingredients to see what side-effects they cause and if they actually contribute to weightloss. I am personally not in favour of any of these over-the-counter slimming pills and potions as they cost a lot of money, cause negative side-effects and do not always produce the desired result. For example, such products which contain ephedrine or pseudo-epinephrine or synephrine (e.g. Chinese bitter orange extract), can be can be potentially harmful. These components can cause a long list of negative side-effects (dependence, addiction, tremors, insomnia, palpitations, irritability, psychotic reactions). These products have been banned in many countries because of their negative side-effects, which include addiction and dependence. Rather just use a low-fat high-fibre diet and plenty of regular exercise to lose weight without harming your health.
Best regards
DietDoc

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Posted by: DietDoc | 2011/11/03

Dear Stella
I have as yet not heard of 'Best Share Slimming Milk Tea' and don't have a list of the ingredients it contains. At least 1 or 2 new 'over-the-counter' slimming pills and products are launched every week, so it is practically impossible to keep track of them. However, you can judge for yourself: If you click on 'Diet & Nutrition' at the top of this page, then on 'Weight Loss' and 'Diet Detective' you can look up the various ingredients to see what side-effects they cause and if they actually contribute to weightloss. I am personally not in favour of any of these over-the-counter slimming pills and potions as they cost a lot of money, cause negative side-effects and do not always produce the desired result. For example, such products which contain ephedrine or pseudo-epinephrine or synephrine (e.g. Chinese bitter orange extract), can be can be potentially harmful. These components can cause a long list of negative side-effects (dependence, addiction, tremors, insomnia, palpitations, irritability, psychotic reactions). These products have been banned in many countries because of their negative side-effects, which include addiction and dependence. Rather just use a low-fat high-fibre diet and plenty of regular exercise to lose weight without harming your health.
Best regards
DietDoc

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