Lean 1 Diet Shakes Review
Britney Spears has apparently lost weight again – this time her success is attributed to the Lean 1 diet shakes that are taking Hollywood by storm.
Britney has lost a reported 10lbs in just over a fortnight by cutting down on her food intake and drinking 2 shakes a day accompanied by a salad or two.
Other high profile celebrities such as Jennifer Lopez, Courtney Cox and golfer Tiger Woods have also found weight loss taking using the meal replacement drink.
So – is Lean 1 worth considering or is it another marketing ploy!
Lean1 combines nutrients that you need to lose body fat and tone muscles in the convenience of a healthy meal replacement shake – according the official website, but health officials has another view.
New Product Release
Tava Tea has just been introduced into the UK market place.
Tava Tea is the combination of three of the most potent fat burning green tea – and actually tastes good.
“Slimming Tea Causes A Stir” – Sunday Express
The Sunday Express recently featured it on the front page of its newspaper highlighting its at burning potential.
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Lean 1 can provide 400 calories per day if taken as suggested.
The Dangers Of Meal Replacement Drinks
Dieticians and health experts are issuing a warning that meal replacements and slimming drinks can be a danger to health and not as good as they first may appear.
Depriving the body of essential nutrients can lead to all kinds of health problems ranging from constipation, heart problems to the more serious issues such as bowel cancer.
Health expert and TV celebrity Doctor Hilary Jones is not too complimentary about low calorie diets or meal replacement products pointing out that under nourishment can also have other side effects such as weakening hair follicles and causing hair loss.
Where To Buy Lean 1 Diet Shakes
Currently only available to buy in the USA – although we have heard they are soon to arrive in the UK with Tesco, Boots, Superdrug among the likely candidates to stock.
Lean 1 contains Hoodia – Hoodia is best used in its raw and natural form without dilution.
In April 2011 the MHRH (Medicine and Health Regulatory Authority) in accordance with EU regulations has deemed that diet pills can only be sold to a UK customer base if the product meets certain criteria. While hundreds of competing brands have and are disappearing Proactol Plus remains.
Proactol Plus is Legal, Effective and Available without prescription
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