ConsumerDietReview.com – Independent Diet Reviews

ConsumerDietReview.comThe thing with natural appetite suppressants is that you are never sure they will work before buying them, and the advertising is always so positive you can’t get much information from there either, so having a source of independent review of the pills and drugs most usually used for dieting is good news, as it will allow you to make sure you don’t waste your time, money or effort taking drugs that have little or no action when trying to lose a few pounds. The drugs are reviewed by mystery shoppers, and the company does not accept free samples to ensure impartiality and avoid biased judgments; when taking a look at the site’s information for each of the reviewed drugs, you’ll find a 4-point assessment of the product presenting its strong points in terms of weight loss (side effects, real potential for weight loss, customer service, value) if the review is positive, and links to trials and FTC claims if it’s negative.

The site is overall useful, but its general tone and the absence of statistic information (“excellent overall effective weight loss” is hardly objective data), alongside the unforgivable typos (“Hoodia acts on the brain to make it seem like you are fool”) render it not very trustworthy… after all, if they can’t spell, only god knows how they arrived to the conclusion that the pill will help you lose weight… ConsumerDietReview.com