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Medicated foot pads

Nocturnal Writer

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Have you ever tried medicated foot pads for losing weight?

Medicated foot pads are promoted to help lose weight for those who are overweight.

It's rasy to use. You put them on at night, cover with socks and then take them off 8-10 hours later. You are going to use them for at least a month to get results.

I think I don't need them. By walking everyday I lose weight. So no need for it to find out if it really works or not.

Others are reading its review of it before they decide to buy. It's basic move. Isn't it?
 

Mildredtabitha

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I've never tried it. Walking helps me lose weight too. I will have to research to see how they work because it seems too good to be true.

Also doing house chores help me lose weight too. It's hard to think that you can lose weight while sleeping with the medicated foot pad.
 

Nocturnal Writer

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I've never tried it. Walking helps me lose weight too. I will have to research to see how they work because it seems too good to be true.

Also doing house chores help me lose weight too. It's hard to think that you can lose weight while sleeping with the medicated foot pad.
That's right. It's good to be true. It would be losing weight while you're at rest for it is working.
 

nangk08

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This is the first time I am hearing about such foot pads for weight loss. They sound too good to be true. If losing weight was so easy, then most people on this earth would be thin and slim. I personally feel, there is no gain without pain, weight loss achieved by exercise is the only way to achieve and maintain weight. Other such means are usually loss of water and the moment you stop using those devices, the weight all comes back.
 

Nocturnal Writer

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This is the first time I am hearing about such foot pads for weight loss. They sound too good to be true. If losing weight was so easy, then most people on this earth would be thin and slim. I personally feel, there is no gain without pain, weight loss achieved by exercise is the only way to achieve and maintain weight. Other such means are usually loss of water and the moment you stop using those devices, the weight all comes back.
You have the point but losing water in the body doesn't contribute to weight loss. The major factor is the fats and the muscles within one's body.
 

nangk08

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You have the point but losing water in the body doesn't contribute to weight loss. The major factor is the fats and the muscles within one's body.
True...but what I meant was that such type of methods which claim to lose weight fast in a short period of time are the ones where the ONLY weight loss that occurs is water weight. The only way actual fat loss can happen is when you exercise hard.
 

Nocturnal Writer

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True...but what I meant was that such type of methods which claim to lose weight fast in a short period of time are the ones where the ONLY weight loss that occurs is water weight. The only way actual fat loss can happen is when you exercise hard.
Well, I respect your point of view. However, water doesn't weigh much or makes the drinker heavy. If he does, it's temporary for it could be discharged when the person urinates or perspires.
 

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