Thursday, June 17, 2010

New Diet Drug Sells Out inThree Days

Source: The Daily Mail (Summary by NIM)

As long as there are people struggling to shed a few pounds, someone else will come up with a supposedly 'magical' pill that promises to cure their diet woes and solve their weight problems. Well, it appears that there are lots of desperate people searching for a miracle cure in the UK since a new diet drug has sold out completely in a mere three days.

The drug, called Capsiplex, contains a compound called Methylcellulose, which has been clinically proven to help combat weight problems. Methylcellulose was previously only available in the UK by prescription, but is now available on drug store shelves in Capsiplex.

Capsiplex supposedly increases the user's metabolism to burn calories 12 times faster than normal. As a result of pre-release hype, Capsiplex sold out across the UK in just 3 days; over 50,000 units flew off the shelves of shops like Harrods, Selfridges and Lloyds Pharmacy in a matter of hours.

The drug sounds as if it may have some good qualities to it, however no pill can substitute the positive effects of a healthy, balanced lifestyle that includes exercise and all the nutrients one needs to sustain life!

Find out more by reading the article called "Diet pill containing NHS anti-obesity drug is sold out in just THREE days" from the Daily Mail (June 14, 2010).