Diet Pills – Do They Work

There has always and will always be a great divide in opinion as to whether diet pills work. GP, doctors, physicians – basically anyone who works in a industry connected to weight loss usually has there own ideas concerning the mechanical and chemical process of using a diet pill in attempt to lose weight.

As this website is geared towards reviewing diet products you would expect us to have our feet planted very firmly in the “Yes – diet pills do work camp”

To retain a certain credibility we should point out that most quarters of the medical fraternity have firmly believed that the positive effect of diet pills has a psychological element and a physical effect attached to it.

In other words some diet pills contain ingredients that cause a physical weight loss reaction by way of either binding or blocking fat from food consumed, suppressing appetite by restricting the body’s ability to consume more calories than it actually needs or burning excess body fat that is stored for later use.

The flip side of this the psychological element –  some product do not actually cause a physical effect but act as a placebo.

The diet pill industry as in any other industry has its share of the good, the bad and highly dubious products within its midst – it is our job to highlight the failures and underlines the products that actually have a proven level of success.

A product that we regularly feature and recommend is Proactol Plus. From this website’s very inception we have championed the product safe in the knowledge that that any claims it makes can be substantiated and justified.

The recent changes in the advertising laws have meant that product owners (this applies to the majority of products that offer a medicinal benefit) cannot advertise that their product provides a benefit unless they can provide proof that it actually does.

Proactol Plus was one of the first diet products to embrace the new directive put in place and remove any material than cannot be justified.

Proactol Plus is fully accredited with all necessary documentation. It is classed as a Medical Device Type I and carried the CE Mark of Approval.

If you are making the first tentative steps towards deciding which diet pill to use consider Proactol Plus very seriously. Proactol Plus is approximately £10 a month more expensive than a majority of its competitors (just over £40 for a months supply) but carries a 6 months money back guarantee, which means if you are not satisfied with your progress you are entitled to a refund.

Read an in depth review of Proactol Plus fat binder