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26. The 10 questions I always ask about weight lost matters. – Part 7

Filed Under (Uncategorized) by aaremoval on 22-06-2009

Have you ever asked yourself?

7. Why aren’t doctors prescribing Xando or Extrim?

These were the 2 products that were endorsed by our 2 most popular actresses, Fann Wong and Zoe Tay, probably about 5 years ago. For Zoe Tay who has just given birth at that time, I can still understand why she needed to lose weight, since she was probably at 10 kgs over weight after giving birth, but as for Fann Wong, I really don’t understand why and where she needed to lose weight? Many women may probably kill someone in order to have her kind of body, and yet she says she has to lose weight. Although the commercial did mention that it is for tummy weight loss, but I really can’t see much of a fat tummy from her. Anyway, it has been 5 years since these two commercials came out, and I am not really sure if these two products are still around or not.

My main question at the time that these two products were introduced, were that how come doctors are not introducing them? Just like many other commercials, they were pretty convincing, not only were they endorsed by our two very known and respected public figures, but after that they were many testimonials from seems to be like real consumers of the products. It is that doctors don’t believe them? Or is it that they know it won’t work? I have this experience about asking doctors opinions on weight loss products, and this may be one of the reasons why they might not prescribe such weight loss products.

Actually most western practice for medicines has their own kind of weight loss products. They probably won’t prescribe products which are sold by natural health Products Company because they cannot be patented. So the weight loss products that they produced will mostly have some kind of patented drugs in it. But it seems like if there are such contents in it, there are side effects that tag along as well. I have used one of them before and it scared the shit out of me. It has probably side effects worse than my arthritis or high blood medications. My family doctor did mention that it is very effective, and that it will help me lose 1 to 2 kgs per week. What she didn’t mention was the side effect that it may bring. After using the products and learning about it, then I know that there are many products from doctors, which are far more effective than the ones I saw on TV, but also far more scarier. There is one used by my cousin, that according to her doctor, can only used it for like 3 sessions or so, after that you will have to maintain your weight through other means. The reasons as I have heard from my cousin, is that it will cause dehydration and if prolong used, it will cause damages to some of the organs. Scary stuffs right? I really can’t believe and understand why my cousin is willing to risk that chance just to lose weight. It wouldn’t be worth it, right? What’s the point of having a body like Fann Wong but may have to be bed ridden or lives shorten? If you remember the Slim 10 case that kill one woman and cause two of our local celebrity their kidneys you will probably understand what I am trying to say. It is not worth it!

So, if you need to lose weight and are thinking of approaching your family’s doctor for help, I will suggest that you will be better off taking Xando or Extrim, although with the money spent, it may not be able to turn your body to look like Fann Wong or Zoe Tay, but at least it will not cost you your kidney.

Written by: Horse chicken dragon

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