Fat removers

United States
March 5, 2007 10:30pm CST
Are there actually pills you can take to take out accumulated fat in the body? I've heard of Xenical, I'm not sure if it takes out existing fat stored in the body or just blocks new ones but I'm hearing people losing 8 inches in 3 months. What do you know about this?
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@Willowlady (10666)
• United States
6 Mar 07
It may work, I doubt it though. When you lose fat quickly it normally comes back and plus some. Not worth it to me. Exercise and a healthy diet will in time lead you to positive results. You never know what effects those pills will give you while inside your body. The side effects are just not worth the temporary results.
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• India
6 Mar 07
yes i too heared about it .but not sure enough to suggest u ...
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@lanfear55 (157)
• United States
6 Mar 07
I dont know about Xenical, what I do know is that there are thousands of diet/weight loss pills on the market. Some of them do work, but none of them will work if you dont: increase your water intake, become more active, eat less fatty foods and more protien and fiber. You could actually do all of these things and not take the diet pills and still lose weight. The thing with most diet pills is that they have stimulants in them wich in some people causes them to feel more hungry. If you want your body to start using your fat stores that you aready have look into vitamin supplements Omega3 and CLA. The Omega3s will send the message to your brain to start using the fat stores that you already have instead of being so hungry and the CLA is a natural acid that helps your body break down thoes fats to where you can use them. CLA also has in it the specific fatty acid that your brain needs to function proporly. hope this help you some.