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Waste of my Time, Energy and Money
Member Name: Abski2001
Advantages: None whatsoever
Disadvantages: Don't work - simples
Adios Max Tablets
I purchased one pack of Adios Max diet supplements on a bit of a whim because my weight loss had slowed right down and I didn't seem to be able to shift anymore no matter how hard I tried. These are available to buy online and in supermarkets and they are advertised as a natural herbal remedy to aid weight loss. The claims and promises enticed me into trying them - let's just say I won't be fooled again!
The pills come in a cardboard carton which is a bright neon pink colour which really stands out on the shelf. The box has the Adios branding and all the info that you need about how many to take and how the pills aid in your weight loss programme.
Inside this box is an information leaflet and a white plastic tube that contains the diet pills, of which you get 100 singular pills. The pills are quite small and white in colour with a sugar coating. I was expecting a huge and horrible coloured pill and so was quite happy to find these inside which are very easy to swallow.
Adios are very clever in their claims, slipping in words like 'can' and 'might' and unless you read the entire pack you may not pick up on this - like me! So apparently "Speeding up your metabolism means you burn more calories, so when you combine Adios with a calorie-controlled diet and exercise, this can lead to weight loss".
The pills contain a natural ingredient called Fucus, which is a dry extract which apparently helps to speed up your metabolism so your body becomes more efficient at turning fat into energy and burning the calories that you eat. These contain 120 mg Fucus dry extract which equals 600 mg Fucus, the pills also ingredients such as butternut, dandelion root and boldo which are all natural ingredients.
I did everything that these tablets say on the tin, you are meant to take three tablets a day continuously to aid in your weight loss campaign. I exercise and eat reasonably healthy (apart from on weekends!) in my opinion and so presumed that these pills would give me that push that I needed having come to a standstill on the scales.
Normally I will cut back on vitamins and supplements dosages to make my packet last longer, however with these I stuck to the advised dose because I really wanted to get some good results. I had about ¾ of a packet of these pills, which is about 25 days worth and honestly did not see a difference in my weight loss pattern whatsoever. I was very disappointed throughout taking them and kept going longer on them than I would normally simply because I thought I must be doing something wrong to not be seeing a result.
Looking at reviews on here I am not the only person to have had a completely awful experience with these pills and should have done a little more research before buying them. These cost £10 a packet and I really don't know how the company keeps going with the little to no results that people experience. These may help give you a placebo effect of weight loss but for any actual results I'm afraid it's back to the gym and salad bar for me!
Summary: An expensive con in my honest opinion