I’m sure most people can admit to having received junk email detailing the wonders of diet patches. And, yes, the majority of us delete advertisements like that for good reason. We realize that spam email is often sensationalized, exaggerated, or just untrue. Unfortunately, there’s absolutely no such thing as permanent fat loss which may be accomplished with a patch.
Manufacturers saw the achievement of other transdermal patches for hormonal replacement and smoking patches, so some thought that successful weight loss could be accomplished by the very same means also. Luckily, a number of these diet patch businesses that we have all learned about at some point or another are tied up in lawsuits because of their false and unsubstantiated weight loss claims.
One website that I came across does not even provide information regarding what is in their patch, but others say that algae is the key ingredient that can possibly aid in weight loss, in addition to inhibit vitamin B12 absorption. As of yet, I still do not understand exactly what the”active ingredient” is in a number of these patches.
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At most, I read something about vague “herbal properties” not really knowing what that means. And, people, just because something is herbal does not mean that it won’t evoke any undesirable side effects in certain scenarios. Many diet patches promise to do various things. They claim to control appetite, stimulate the metabolism, nourish the muscular system, eliminate toxins, reduce water retention, and decrease fatigue, just to mention a few.
Quite honestly, it sounds like they are promoting these patches like to serve as a panacea and cure all ailments. Everyone wants a quick fix for every type of problem. Nobody is immune to it. It comes with the territory with being an American. Everything we have has to be the best, the fastest, the strongest, and also the prettiest. Waiting is an abomination and expediency is king. So, it comes as no surprise as to why these “cure-all” goods exist. Just do not buy them.
There’s not any better way to lose weight than to eat right and exercise regularly. All these patches say that their product is 100% secure and may be utilised in conjunction with any sort of prescribed medication. To me, that looks like a dangerous claim. Some spots claim that the fat loss is permanent, while others correctly assert that overeating is what contributes to obesity and that this is a element that has to be addressed in order for the fat loss to be permanent.
Unfortunately, the claims for one of the spots that falls into the latter group also contradict themselves on the same page. While they assert that their patch prevents appetite and curbs the appetite, which leads to a smaller stomach with time, they also make the absurd claim that their users do not need to be aware of their diet while they’re on the patch. Thus, you can eat whatever foods you like, but as soon as you get from this patch, you will soon come to understand that you don’t have any sense of self-control and will finally gain every pound back.
Another issue with these patches is your projected weight loss. No fitness pro would ever recommend losing up to 10 pounds of fat each week as a number of those companies do. Most agree that 1-3 pounds is probably about as much as you could safely shed over a week, unless, of course, you’re being rigorously monitored by a physician. Amazingly, 1 patch even advocates use when pregnant. Now, I’m not a doctor but I’m pretty sure that a woman should gain weight during pregnancy and not aim to shed weight. That recommendation illustrates the fallacy of those products as well as the foolhardiness of those companies that boast these claims, which can be unhealthy at best and a clear lie at worst. Keep your distance from these.