I just found their ad for the first time, I see this blog was started almost 2 years ago. I wanted to see reviews, and there SHOULD be some directly linked to this product and there isn't. That was bell #1. So then I read, that this company threatens lawsuits if anyone asks questions and wants the truth? Bell #2.
That's great that you're happy with success for an 8lb weight loss. I'm happy for you and wish myself and the majority of overweight America only had that much to lose. Wouldn't that may many happy people. I'm not saying your 8lbs is any less a concern than my 80 lbs. I'm just saying I'm not going to be on it a week or two to meet my goal. My concern if for myself who needs 80lbs , is what is this stuff made of, is it natural, synthetic, 100% digestable, what are the side-effects? Was it tested and deemed safe by the FDA? Anything that you dump down your throat should be safe for human consumption. Why I can't get those answers from their website, or in writing (like their OWN brochure?) Now, in just this tiny blog I read about someone who had clots and had to have surgery to FIX what this stuff has done to that customers! That's scary. Who does that to innocent people in this day and age, oh that's right, it's all about the buck! That is the conclusion I am left with. Not my fault!! It's RocaLabs. They need to give 100% infomation IN THEIR SELLING AD. Why hide?View Thread
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