Zotrim diet pills can cure a sweet tooth?
Splashed across the pages of the daily mail today was an article on the weight loss aid Zotrim. The headline claims that this herbal diet pill can cure a sweet tooth! This is fantastic news for anyone who has fought against chocolate and sweet cravings. Marketed in the past as the way to “Lose your love handles” there is no doubt Zotrim is going to be a weight loss sensation.
Zotrim belongs to a range of diet pills known as appetite suppressants. Studies have shown Zotrim can help to reduce your calorie intake by an average of 132 calories a day, effortlessly. And thats not all, clinical studies show overweight women can lose up to 2 inches from their waist in just 4 weeks, and an average of 11 lbs in 6 weeks.
Zotrims ingredients include the famous weight loss herbs Yerba Mate, Guarana and Caffeine. Together with the pills other ingredients, Zotrim can delay emptying of the stomach by 20 minutes. This is not a dangerous process, the food you eat simply takes longer to digest. This makes overeating extremely difficult as dieters will feel full much quicker, and stay fuller for longer.
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