Adios Weight Loss Review
With millions of pounds and dollars being spent on diet products every year, the dieting and weight loss industry is booming. It is therefore no surprise that diet pills such as Adios have been so successful on the market. With over 50% of Brits diagnosed as overweight, not to mention the Americans… There seems to be plenty of life left in products to aid weight loss – particularly Adios…
What Is Adios?
Adios is a herbal diet pill that allegedly operates by improving your body’s metabolic rate, so that you lose weight and burn fat quicker.
Luckily for most, Adios is open to be purchased without a prescription from your Doctor, and you can get in from most places – including supermarkets and pharmacies. Not only is it easily available, it is also relatively inexpensive, costing between $5 – $10 (£3 – £7) for a supply of 100 pills (which will last just over a month).
Adios At A Glance
- It allegedly increases metabolic rate and stimulates fat metabolism.
- The key elements inside the tablets are fucus, boldo, butternut and dandelion root extract.
- The product is suitable for vegetarians but not vegans.
- The product is gluten free and safe for those with nut allergies.
How Does It Work?
Adios is not clinically proven to work, but its main ingredient is Fucus which is a seaweed extract. Fucus is very high in iodine, which is an important ingredient of the hormone thyroxin. The body uses thyroxin to regulate the metabolic system. The theory behind Adios slimming pills is that the fucus will help to speed up the thyroid and increase your metabolism – helping you burn more calories faster. However, there is absolutely zero evidence to suggest that Adios works this way, and, in fact, it’s only been proven to help those people with an under-active thyroid. The dandelion root extract might reduce bloating and make your stomach look flatter.
Who Is It Recommended For?
Adios is absolutely not recommended for anyone who is under 16, or for woman who are pregnant or nursing babies. The official website for Adios states that Butternut (one of the active ingredients), will not cause an allergic reaction in people with a nut allergy, since the ingredient is taken from the bark of the tree, not the nut itself. However, anyone with a nut allergy wishing to take Adios should consult their GP before taking the herbal medication. One perhaps obvious point is that only people wishing to lose weight should use Adios weight loss pills.
Adios slimming pills should be used in conjunction with a healthy diet and exercise. Without these key factors, weight loss will not occur. You are advised not to take Adios if this is not possible.
What Are The Results?
“I only started taking Adios Max just 3 months ago and have already seen some very promising results. For example, whilst in the first month I only lost 3 pounds which was a slow start. However after that in months 2 and 3 I have lost a nother 16 pounds and I am feeling great.” – Joan Alabeckan
“After taking Adios for two months I decided to try Adios Max. As it is supposed to be stronger I thought the results would be even better. I wasn’t wrong! I certainly am finding my body seems to digest food much more quickly which helps me feel more energetic and speeded up my weight loss. Whilst I don’t want to reveal my weight but let’s just say I am 12 pounds lighter.” – Rhona Suddaby
!I wanted to lose my baby weight and have always found it hard to diet, so bought adios and started a calorie controlled diet between 1200 and 1300 a day, and have been doing so for 5 weeks now and lost over a stone so far! i came off the adios for 3 days in between this and was SO hungry, went back on them and am back on track again, definitely worth a try!” – Tracey Upton
Would You Recommend It?
In essence, no. Adios seems to be a placebo for people desperate to lose weight but too lazy to put the effort in. Adios advises that the pills should be taken as part of a balanced diet with exercise, when in fact, if you just eat a balanced diet and introduce regular exercise, you will lose the same amount of weight anyway. It’s always difficult to trust a health product that hasn’t been clinically proven to work, and Adios unfortunately is one of these products. My advice for anyone looking to lose weight is to find a weight loss product that is clinically proven to help you lose weight, or eat less and exercise more. You’ll be amazed at how small changes like introducing more walks to your week, will make all the difference.
Good luck with your weight loss mission and if you’re interested in reading more about Adios weight loss pills click here for the full review.