Who Has Used Reductil Successfully?

I am interested in trying reductil. Does it work ? I have just tried accomplia without success. i used adifax years ago which was great. I am hoping that reductil is similar in that it stops the brain wanting the bad carbs?
Advice anyone ?.

3 thoughts to “Who Has Used Reductil Successfully?”

  1. I have not tried this, but I have to advise you not to fall into the hype of products that “make you lose weight.” The only thing that can stop you from wanting bad carbs is you having a strong desire to change. If you don’t really want it deep down, its not going to happen.

  2. I used adifax years ago and agree that it was fantastic. Have been using reductil as I only want to lose 10kgs. Have tried all different types of exercise watching what I eat but the weight won’t budge.
    Adifax was alot better. With adifax I kept the weight off for 9 years

  3. I used it, and it caused problems with urination (read the label). See http://www.drugs.com SEARCHBAR.
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