Adios Max Review

Adios Max Diet PillsAdios is one the most familiar herbal diet pill brands in the UK.

It is sold in most of the major high street stores that stock weight management products including Boots, Superdrug, Asda, Sainsburys, Morrisons as well as many leading high street chemists and pharmacy outlets.

The Adios brand  competes with Lipobind as the UK’s best selling diet pill

What Is Adios Max

A slightly higher, more potent version than Adios original – even with the the increased dosage Adios still remains a very cheap diet pill aimed at providing the most subtle of weight loss results.

It is a  natural slimming supplement that contains a herbal active ingredient called fucus dry extract that is a byproduct of a type of algae.

This fucus dry algae can aid weight loss by increasing the body’s metabolic rate. In essence Adios Max is a fat burner.

Adios Max Side Effects

It is unlikely to produce any nasty side effects and equally as unlikely to provide any significant weight loss.

Adios Max Summary

There is not an awful more that can be said about Adios Max – it is just a slightly higher strength version of the original – Read Adios Original Review

Where To Buy Adios Max

This is very much a diet pill at the budget end of the market and can be purchased more or less anywhere. You may be able to find an online outlet that sell the product slightly cheaper than the high street.

But in reality as most of the major supermarkets stock the product it could be easier to pick up a packet the next time you do your weekly shop.

Alternatives Natural Diet Pills

Proactol PlusAdios targets the lower end of the market whereas Proactol Plus targets the higher end. Adios costs around £10 for one month whereas Proactol costs around £40.

Proactol Plus is certified and approved and has accreditation for effect and safety – Adios is not blessed with documentation.

Buying cheap uncertified diet pills is and always will be a false economy.

Read about Proactol Plus