Can you trust those diet pills on the advertising?

United States
June 1, 2009 4:37am CST
When you get online, or when you watch television on those classified advertising, they constantly selling those diet pills, which showing you how great of body you will get if you buy their diet pills. Can these be trustable? They even show you that they have FDA approved. Are those pills really help you lose weight that much?
4 responses
@dianmelydia (2271)
• Indonesia
3 Jun 09
I don't really trust such pills of diet. Actually it doesn't really work. We can read on its read-before-use suggestion. They usually asking us to controling our meal sets, doing more routine exercises, etc. The slimming, if any, is come from those suggestion, not from the pill. So that's why the result may vary on everyone. Have a nice day and happy mylotting.
@Amrik09 (22)
• Italy
3 Jun 09
I dont trust them! Its better join a gym ;)
• Philippines
1 Jun 09
I guess not. I rather do the natural way of losing weight which is exercise and balance diet.
@alvingb (265)
• Singapore
1 Jun 09
Hi there, well that is a very tricky question actually. In my opinion i think that if only one tries than only would one know if it works or not. Well but then the question comes of whether or not it is actually safe to try. What would the side effects be if actually try. Well as far as i would say, i dont really believe in pills. Well i am not saying that they all dont work, but its hard to say what actually works or what actually dont work. so its all in the risk of trying. Well i personally know of someone who actually tried some slimming pills because it worked on someone else. But it turned out that the pill didnt really work well for the person and started having side effects like kidney infection. Well it was after that the person actually realised that it did not work for her. From this we can understand that what works for one might not work for another. Its quite subjective in that sense. Anyway have a nice day and happy mylotting. best reagards, alvingb