Are you looking to use a weight loss patch to shed off some pounds without having to pull your muscles? Then you better read this weight loss patch review first and know what you’re getting into. After all, using a weight loss patch has its own ups and downs and you need to know these.
How do these patches work?
Patches do have their own advantages and disadvantages compared to pills. For instance, patches are easy to use; just stick one to your skin all day long and you will feel its effects. Patches are a lot more discrete too since they can be hidden under clothing.
Pills however take effect faster as they can get into the bloodstream in a matter of seconds after taking in. Pills also don’t leave marks unlike patches so for people who like to keep their skin clean and free of marks, patches may not be the best solution to fat loss.
More importantly, obese people will have less effect from patches as studies show that the thicker the skin due to fat, the less absorption there is for the ingredients from the patch to set it.
So do they work? Patches only work for losing small amounts of fat. If you really want to lose massive amounts of fat, you are better off exercising and eating properly.
Typical ingredients of a diet patch
- Hoodia Gordonii is an ingredient that suppresses appetite and helps you eat less
- Algae or Bladder wrack are ingredients that contain high amounts of iodine. They are added to stimulate the thyroid gland and increase one’s metabolism hence faster calorie burn.
- Guarana and yerba mate contain caffeine whelps you energized throughout the day so you can burn more calories.
- lecithin, l-carnitine and flaxseed oil are ingredients facilitate fat burning and help your cardiovascular system stay healthy.
Every manufacturer adds a trademark ingredient or two and those things are hard to disclose much less know about.
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