Do Cabbage Soup Diet Pills Work
Recently we reviewed a diet pill with quite possibly the most appealing sounding name – The Chocolate Banana Diet Pill.
Now it is the turn for possibly the least appealing – the Cabbage Soup Diet Pill that is based on the popular if rather socially embarrassing Cabbage Soup Diet.
The Cabbage Soup Diet involves consuming large quantities of the eponymous food (Cabbage), and very little else.
This diet causes weight loss only by reducing your daily calorie intake almost to starvation level. Nutritional experts advise that the Cabbage Soup diet should not be followed for more than a week.
So it is very much a short term weight loss solution. But what of the pill form of the diet?
What Are Cabbage Soup Diet Tablets
Suitable for vegetarians and vegans, the cabbage soup diet pill contains the basic ingredients: green peppers, onions, celery, carrots, courgette, tomato and of course cabbage.
Other ingredients present are naturally occuring flavenoids such as: carotenoids, polyacetylenes, sulforaphanes, lycopene and indole 3 carbinole.
Any Side Effects
The Cabbage Soup diet pills will not pose a risk to health apart from the obvious flatulence problem that may occur by introducing the likes of cabbage in great quantities to your diet.
Do They Work
Short answer is not really, the even shorter answer would be no.
It is interesting to note that Holland and Barret used to stock a product called the 7 Day Souper Cabbage Diet Tablet – but do not anymore!!!
Alternative Diet Pills
Capsiplex is natural and safe. It is quite possibly the diet pill with the most media attention in the history of the diet pill industry.
When Capsiplex was released it sold out completely after just 3 days selling 50,000 units. It sold a reported 1 million units in first 6 month.
Capsiplex has many celebrity endorsements and has been coined the Miracle Diet Pill.
To find out why read more about Capsiplex