I tried this product as well. A co-worker had been raving about it so much that we all thought she was crazy, until 3 months later she was 30lbs lighter. I went on amazon and was impressed by the great review history so I ordered all 3 products. I've been using them for a few months now and really love them all.
Obviously everyone is different, but everyone that I have given them to has really liked them. The PM formula is completely stimulant free - but still works pretty well to control appetite. It's important to note that these are no magic pills...you cant go eating pizzas at every meal and expect great results. However, out of all the diet aids I've tried over the years, these really do work great and don't seem have any bad side effects.
A word to the wise - amazon.com usually has them a bit cheaper, but I was given the code "advance21" when I re-ordered to save $10. However, you can only use that code when you order direct from their website - liporidex.com . I've given it out to a few people and it has worked for them. Here's hoping that they don't change it anytime soon View Thread
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