Have you done any research on the Diet Patch? Is this
an effective form of weight loss? Please reply ASAP!
ANSWER: Yes I have. And I don't encourage its use.
It uses a combination of an herb called fucus, also known
as bladderwrack, which is used as a homeopathic remedy for
sluggish thyroid in England. It is actually kelp or seaweed.
If it is absorbed through the skin, and it does alter thyroid
hormone production, there is the potential for irreversible
thyroid issues. The patch also contains menthol, which opens
up the pores to facilitate absorption, and a number of stimulants
including caffeine and ephedrine. If weight is lost, it will
be due to appetite suppression which leads to calorie deprivation.
Long term this contributes to metabolic slowdown. There is
likely also a diuretic effect resulting in a relatively rapid
water loss leading people to believe "it's working." I can
almost guarantee that as it grows more popular, we will hear
of more and more "victims" who suffer both in the short and
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