Adipotide Experimental Slimming Pill
A new experimental slimming drug is being reported in the media (The Daily Mail in particular) after successful trials on monkeys has opened the route to start testing the drug on humans in the near future
Adipotide is being described as the non surgical answer to obesity and said to target body fat by attacking the blood cells that supply them.
The trials (involving the monkey’s) resulted in the subjects losing 11% of their body weight in just under a month. Total BMI (Body Mass Index) was also significantly reduced as was waist size.
Adipotide is siad to be unlikely to cause side effects usually associated with chemically produced slimming drugs such as nausea, anxiety and potential dependency.
Although it is very early days to be subjective, it is unlikely that Adipotide will be available to buy over the counter at chemists such as Boots or without prescription.
Industry insiders are “tepidly excited” about Adipotide but are not holding their breathe as the slimming drug (if successful after human testing) will take several years before it is available for general use.
Slimming Pills Available Now
If you cannot wait years for Adipotide to be released there is always Capsiplex.
Capsiplex is a commercial slimming pill that is arguably become the most popular non prescription slimming pill in the UK.
It was coined the “NHS miracle fat pill”
Capsiplex is also no stranger to media coverage – when it was first introduced it made headline news by creating such demand that stock levels ran completely dry after just three days.
Capsiplex is result of decades of research into the effect of capsicum on excess body fat. Capsicum has amazing thermogenic capabilities but is also hot (spicy) to taste and so subsequently the manufacturers had to develop a way to encapsulate capsicum without causing gastric irritation.
Suffice to say they did and now hold the key to one of the most effective slimming products in recent times.
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