Start date April 16th
Start weight 150
Current weight 138
Total weight loss 12 Lbs. in about 8 weeks....1.5 pounds lost a week on average
So I was slowly losing weight at first. Then I got stuck. So I tried this energy boosting pill called NV. It's supposed to help boost your metabolism. So I started taking it, and though I don't take the recommended dose it seems to be a lot easier to lose the weight now. You're supposed to take 6, but I only take 2-4. I dropped 3 Lbs. this week, but before that I only dropped at most 2 lbs. Doesn't sound like a lot, but it is to me seeing as I've never been able to get out of the 140's til just now. My question is....has anyone else tried this? IF so what was your experience? I don't plan on taking it long term. One bottle to help me get to the 130's was all I intended o take, and after I stop taking it my metabolism just kind of goes back to the way it was normally. What do you guys think?
Here's what I found out about it:
Does it Work?
The company behind the pill (Wellnx Life Sciences) is like many others in the nutraceutical business – dubious credentials, and a few men getting rich.
This surely is the mythic essence of marketing – get the ‘perfect’ body just by taking a pill. And because we all like instant gratification – NV is not just any pill – but a rapid weight loss and beauty pill.
Couple it with a silicone-enhanced models and take out a national TV and print advertising campaign.
No doubt, the placebo effect will work for some, but for $40.00 a bottle NV mainly seems like just a high priced vitamin supplement.
Nah. Don't fancy it...
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You have just joined the millions of people who fall for these supplements/pills/etc.
None of them work.
All they do is thin out your wallet.
Do yourself a favor and throw those pills out.