Most people don’t take the time to research what ingredients they are putting into their bodies when taking a diet pill. My advice to anyone considering taking a diet pill is “READ THE LABEL!” Time and time again, I hear from customers who have had adverse effects due to an allergy or sensitivity to the ingredients in the dietary supplement. Luckily for you, I read the labels and have been researching the ingredients in diet pills for years.
The purpose of this article is simple – it is a guide to help you make your own diet pill. However, I would like to say that, as with anything you put on your body, precautions must be taken. Check with your doctor before taking any medications, vitamins, or supplements. This article should not be taken as medical advice and in no way is a substitute for the opinion of a medical profession, including your physician.
When you look closely at the ingredients in most diet pills, you will see that the individual ingredients are very common vitamin supplements. Diet pills that cost $ 50 or more a bottle can be made at home for a fraction of the price.
Let’s get down to business and take a look at what these ingredients are because they are exactly what you will need to start making your own diet pill. Take, for example, the very popular Leptoprin, which is often sold online for more than $ 150.00 a bottle.
Here is an ingredient list printed on a bottle of Leptoprin:
Calcium – makes weight loss more efficient by breaking down fat in cells.
Vitamin B6: helps maintain blood sugar.
Acetylsalicylic acid (aspirin): prolongs the thermogenic effects (fat burning) and increases metabolism.
Caffeine: increases thermogenesis and activates the flow of adrenaline.
Green tea: increases fat oxidation and accelerates metabolism.
L-tyrosine: increases metabolic rate.
Kelp: metabolizes excess fat.
Ephedrine – Stimulant and appetite suppressant.
Cayenne: contains ‘capsaicin’, which is considered a thermogenic substance.
THAT’S! Here’s the actual tag if you don’t believe me.
Now you’re saying, wait, “I’ve seen most of those ingredients at the vitamin / grocery store. You’re right, you can get these ingredients at almost any pharmacy or vitamin store.
I must make it clear that I am not advising you to go out and buy all these ingredients, nor am I telling you to take these pills all together. I am suggesting that with regular exercise, a balanced diet, and supplemental vitamins, it is possible to lose weight without spending unnecessary money on diet pills.
Written by West Mike