Orovo, phentermine, lipovox, akavar…do any of them work?????

First off I don’t need anyone on a soap box, I don’t need someone lecturing me as to what’s healthy and what’s not. Or telling me what I don’t need to be putting into my body.
With that said, this is to all the people who have struggled to loose weight. I’ve done low cal, I’ve done atkins, and currently on the South Beach diet. I do AT LEAST 30 minutes of cardio a day.
I have already lost 35 pounds but am struggling to lose the last 25. I HAVE NOT gained any of the original 35 back. But I’ve hit the plateau and scale isn’t budging. I don’t drink cokes or sodas, I don’t eat junk food, my carb intake is low. For the most part I eat healthy – fruits, vegetables, allowing myself only 1 day of ‘privalege’ where I can eat something I want IN MODERATION. I do not binge, half the time I can’t and don’t finish a meal.
So I am asking, for all of those who have tried the pills to let me know what has and has not worked for you. How much you lost and how quickly you saw results.

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10 Responses to “Orovo, phentermine, lipovox, akavar…do any of them work?????”

  1. honeychild_star said:

    I was on Phentermine before and it was ok untill i started getting heart palpitations and not being able to sleep. Also everyone around me said i looked like i was on drugs because my pupils where nearly gone. BUT the only reason you loose weight on those drugs is because your mind starts racing so fast and you go and do a million things at once you dont have the time to think about eating..
    I think i lost about 5 kilos the 2 weeks that i took them for.
    Its up to you.

  2. mlgable said:

    No they don’t work. When you hit a platuau you need to change up your exercise routine and maybe do a change in your diet a little to help get over that hump. Ttry something new for exercise other than cardio and see if that helps.

  3. jazmin said:

    phentermine is the best you could lose 5 pounds in a week. What happen to me is I borrowed some from a friend .they kept me from eating all day plus I had energy now I am going to the doctor and get my own trust me they are good and only 30 dollars for the prescription .I have tryed others and it is the best . I also tke ALLI and it is also working loss 10 pounds in 2 months go http://www.myalli.com. for information

  4. sabah2007 said:

    LOL i hate those lectures too..

    Ive been doing alotta research lately on weight loss pills n so far the best that I found is hydroxycut hardcore / hydroxycut 24 (so i dont get insomnia) I plan on gettin it too once I get some money. Keep the diet and work out session going on and the pills will definitely boost your weight loss again..

    Once I reach my target I plan on taking PROACTOL it seems to be harmless infact beneficial and can b taken for long term…its not for weight loss its for weight management and u dont need to stick to the pills religiously….u just take it whenever u eat alotta fattening stuff…

    Hope that works for u…n yeh keep me posted if u take hydroxycut coz Id like to be in touch with someone else who will b using those pills at the same time…u cud send me an email if u want to

  5. Peter R said:

    I’m trying to lose weight too and it’s sooo hard. My aunt is using a weight loss product and it’s really working for her. I’m gonna try it and I recommend you try it too. Check their website at
    http://www.easy-slim.us , my aunt got a free trial and paid only $6.95 shipping and handling.

  6. Ricky B said:

    Since I started to work out I was looking for a good weight loss product. I was on a diet but I felt that I needed a little “help” so I decided to try this great product and I had fantastic results. You can check their website at
    http://www.free-thin-diet.us , they give you a free trial and you only pay $6.95 shipping and handling.

  7. Justme said:

    I’m in the same boat and it’s slowly sinking. The point has been reached where my waist size is keeping up with my age. People believe the product reviews written by the same people trying to take your money. They paint a nice picture with words and leave us to believe we will have hopes of improving all the physical and mental ailments that increase with age. I’m still looking for the miracle cure for wrinkles, obesitity, depression, declining energy, improved vision, pain loss….. Life is really not that bad if I can except imperfection when I look at myself. The desire to improve is worth pursuing, however, contentment to accept some things can be a stress reliever in itself. I’m with you on the lecturers that indicate you are the problem, no pill will work… It appears somewhat true that many of these miracle pills are bull. See these 2 websites designed to create false hope in exchange for money. http://www.consumerpricewatch.net/akavar.html?gclid=CJnf5fCO2o4CFSbUgAoddWHZ5A
    http://pricesexposed.net/home.php?rev=reviews/Relacore.php&gclid=CNn8qMSE2o4CFRdfgQodcCrK5Q
    I believe they are related with different names. I was noticing product 1,2 & 7 are worded the same with different product names. Who can we believe? If your doing all that you say you are to fight this, perhaps a thyroid imbalance is the problem. I’m no doctor, I’ve been taking thyroid medication for a few years and decided to try some over the counter product made by NOW. I gained about 15 lbs in 1 1/2 months. I’m back on the meds and getting slowly back on track. Age does affect the many hormones and we tend to produce less as we get older. My belief is that we change when we leave the free spirited lifestyle of childhood. No longer acting on impulse as worklife controls, fears and other factors take affect on how freely we live. One thing I’ve thought might make a reasonable difference in weight and overall balanced exercise is some fun exercise in water. Whatever floats your boat, I like to fight the waves but haven’t done enough of this to make a difference. It does work muscles in all directions. To close this out, modern science may come up with a pill, fat burning belt or electronic muscle stimulator that may burn calories without effort, don’t hold your breath on it. Conscious effort such as realizing one Coke would take 15-20 min on the treadmill to work it off and getting involved with enjoyable exercise that will keep your mind off the time while your burning calories, then adding to all this a little effort on what type of foods (more veggies, fruits and water) will hopefully get you back on track.

    Good luck in your journey to taking control and merging some good guidelines into your lifestyle. The food choices aren’t always that easy as we have to restrict what we enjoy but increasing the amount of the low cal stuff is filling items to mix in with small amounts of the enjoyable.

  8. LA said:

    Phentermine was ok. Were pretty good results. I have switched to Acomplia since it is hard to get good Phentermine these days. Also It shows much better results. been taking it for 2 months now. Ordered from this site – http://www.savemoneyrx.net/generic_acomplia.html . Took 10 days to receive the stuff.

    “Acomplia (Rimonabant) is an anorectic anti obesity drug. It is a CB1 cannabinoid receptor antagonist. Rimonabant has been found to stop food craving enough to help people lose weight, and could also help curb other unhealthy urges, such as smoking.
    This is a non-control weightloss solution that in one study, helped people who were overweight drop an average of 20 pounds, and was found to be very useful for patients who suffer from obesity. “

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