Does it Work? - SlimQuick Ultra Fat Burners: Myth or Fact?

04-05-2011, 03:29 PM
I have been taking slimquick for quite some time..and everybody that I've talked to online.... Has had horrible side effects...Granted.. I haven't had any except frequent trips to the bathroom...

Alot of people have complained about...
Heart Palpitations

And even said after stoppin' the treatment..all of the weight returned...
Do you think side effects have anything to do with ....
The way your body is made?
How you handle medication?

It seems like alot of popular brand diet pills are bad for you.. So what is the best safe choice...? Anything other than a doctor prescribed pill?

How does a person know if it works for them? I'm 24 and I don't have any of these problems.. But I dont want it to sneak up on me and I get something like a tumor....after eating them like tic tacs.. I've lost 10lbs in like a month but... that could be from my working out... I don't know if it's the pills or what...

04-07-2011, 08:49 AM
This might be a good thread for you to read:

The basic answer is that pills don't work. If you visit our maintainers forum, you won't find anyone who has lost weight and kept it off as a result of a pill. I've read that the placebo effect for pills is generally around 50 percent but if the marketing is really good, then it goes up to about 75 percent. That means that the pill could have nothing in it and 75 percent of the people would think it helped them lose weight.