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    How safe is it to take a fat burner pill?
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    nanaklp posted:
    I had gastric bypass surgery a year next month and have lost 65 lbs but now can't seem to loses anymore.Would it hurt to take a fat burner like rasberry ketone?
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    compoundia responded:
    Hi, I suggest not to take any fat burner pill. Its harmful. instead of taking pills you should work on your diet as well adopt good habit of exercise.

    Compoundia Pharmacy
    http://www.compoundiapharmacy.com/
     
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    brunosbud responded:
    "OxyELITE Pro Pulled From Shelves Nationwide After 29 Liver Failure Cases In Hawaii" 10-08-2013


    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/10/08/oxyelite-pro-hawaii-liver-failure_n_4066158.html

    "...A 48-year-old mother of seven died last week after taking OxyELITE Pro, Hawaii News Now reported..."
    The company stands by the safety of all of its products. OxyELite Pro is a popular "fat burner" sold only in the finest vitamin and health aids stores.




    nanaklp, there was no recall of any "rasberry ketone" fat burners, this week.




     
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    brunosbud replied to brunosbud's response:
    nanaklp, sorry, but this was announced, today: "CRAZE" (...Imagine having endless energy!...)

    "Diet supplement has meth-like Chemical "
    http://thechart.blogs.cnn.com/2013/10/14/study-diet-supplement-has-meth-like-chemical/?hpt=hp_t2

    "...They found N,a-DEPEA in all three - about 20 to 35 milligrams of the drug in a serving size of the supplement. These dosages suggest it was "not a minor contaminant resulting from the manufacturing process," the study authors wrote. N,a-DEPEA is a methamphetamine analog, Cohen said, or a "cousin" to meth..."


    nanaklp, I don't know about "rasberry" but stay away from these two supplements.


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