Do pills for losing wait actually work?
It is a question that concerns everybody who selected pills as their method for losing excessive weight. It is also a complex one that have as many answers as there are products out there, because all of them contain different ingredients and work differently too.
So how do you find a working solution?
There is a one definite way which is looking at their backings. Customers testimonials will not be enough. You want something more credible such as clinical trials, medical prove or even media coverage.
Any source of media, be it a newspaper or television, values its reputation, this is what gets them subscribers loyalty, which they won’t risk losing by advertising something that doesn’t work. Promoting pills that provide no results could expose them to thousands of complaing letters and ruin their image of a reliable source of information.
That’s the reason why newspapers wouldn’t advertise a particular brand of slimming pills unless they believe in its credibility and results produced. Not even if there is a slight chance that it could back-fire on them and compromise their reputation.
The truth behind this approach can be witnessed in the recent offer on Proactol pills in the Telegraph’s newspaper. It voted Proactol within top 5 weight loss pills of the year…