Our expert says:
Sorry, but I thenk that all Phedra and similar potions are quack products which should not be allowed on the market at all. They exploit people, and have risks people don't appreciate. These are NOT medicines, and lack the weight of research on effectiveness and safety which the law would require of them, if they were medicines. I doubt that seeing a good dietician ( ask our Health24 Dietdoc !) could cost as much as these expensive and unhelpful "supplements":. And check with your GP, allowing for weight, height, bone-size, etc., whether you are actually significantly over-weight, or maybe with some form of eating disorder, over-concerned about a perfectly normal and healthy weight / shape, as Dude wisely suggests
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