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problemo 01-21-2008 03:53 PM

Orovo Hydroxycut
 

Okay I have been doing plenty of research over the internet but it seems like all of the information I find on the internet about Orovo and Hydroxycut is completely biased. So has anybody used either of the 2? and if not anybody have any suggestions or opinions on what they have used.

Imhotep 01-21-2008 04:24 PM

you can look at the side effects and the benefits, but do you think artificially speeding up your basal metabolic rate with chemicals is ok?

FriskyL 01-21-2008 04:24 PM

I am highly allergic to hydroxycut so i would be really careful when using it. Examine the ingredients before taking it :(. I had terrible hives for days because of that stuff and no doctor could figure out what it was or what ingredient caused it.

problemo 01-21-2008 04:39 PM

you both have a point thank you...ON MY WAY TO MUNCH ON A SALAD RIGHT NOW!!!!!

pianochica 01-21-2008 05:01 PM

I've never tried hydroxycut but probably a cheaper option, depending on how well you tolerate it, would be just a generic caffeine pill like no-doz. I'll just snap a pill in half and take half of one right before I work out and it helps me work out a little harder/have a bit more endurance/in turn burn more calories. Most of those diet pills are basically caffeine anyway :IDK

beezteez 01-21-2008 05:49 PM

maybe you should work on your personal will power rather then relying on artificial boosters.

Number 1 sucess to weight loss is diet, if you can't control that, then you should accept the fact that you won't loose weight, no offense.

Think about it, if pills like these actually worked, or worked safely, don' t ya think it woulda been on newpaper headlines, prescribed and recommended by doctors, and would'nt all of america be fit then -.-

Lov2Shop 01-21-2008 09:39 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by beezteez (Post 683891)
Think about it, if pills like these actually worked, or worked safely, don' t ya think it woulda been on newpaper headlines, prescribed and recommended by doctors, and would'nt all of america be fit then -.-

ITA!

jetta_07 01-21-2008 10:46 PM

Healthy eating habits/exercise is what works. I know people who tried Hydroxycut and none of them lost weight. I have personally done hoodia with no results.

who8mahrice 01-22-2008 12:06 AM

The day my mom brought home Hydroxycut, I laughed at her and asked her if she really thought it was gonna work. She said something along the lines of, "Probably not, but I just wanted to try." Months later, that bottle is still there, not empty yet. Didn't do a thing for my mother.


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