Be VERY wary. Someone recently posted and expose' on the Acai berry sales tactics and these weight loss pill people generally use similar tactics.
For example, they manipulate google results to 'hide' anything negative back further in the results. Try looking at the page 6 or 10 feedback instead of the first few pages. Google works by links, the more links, the higher the site places in the search results. These so-called average folks are often paid sales people.
If you can buy this product at Costco or some other store, fine. Give it a try. DO NOT, however, order it online! What these companies are after is your credit card and they will send you refills every month after your 'free trial' ends. It is almost impossible to get it cancelled. The scam isn't necessarily the product but rather in the company's business practices.
Does the specific 'supplement' you asked about participate in this? I don't know but just on the possibility of that happening, I would NOT buy it online. If it is only offered online then it's probably a pretty good guess that it's worthless. There is no magic pill as we all know. The super-obese would obviously be more desperate and overwhelmed about getting the weight off and therefore more vulnerable to the kind of 'marketing' described above.
1st goal- ONEDERLAND! Check!
2nd goal- Less than 194 (a number I've been stuck at before) CHECK!
3rd goal- Reach the 180's- haven't been there since 1999. CHECK!
4th goal- 180 which means hitting the 50 lbs. lost mark! Check!
5th goal- Switching to size goals now more than pounds goals. Goal is to make it to size 12, at whatever weight that happens. CHECK!
6th goal- Size 10! (can't even believe this is possible!)
7th goal- Size 8 and MAINTAIN!