Originally Answered: i dont want to die!?
Hydroxycut products are scams. They're nothing more than a bunch of cool sounding exotic substances mixed together to give you the impression they'll help you do what you can't do as you should do...an easy way to do something difficult. They don't help burn fat and there is no science to support that claims made about the product and it's ingredients which for Hydroxycut Max are...
Green tea extract, caffeine, xanthinol nicotinate, yohimbe HCI, black tea extract, Wu Long tea extract and Rooibos tea extract, cissus quadrangularis extract, aralia mandschurica powder, soy isoflavones, rose hips powder, hibiscus powder, garcinia cambogia extract, L-lycine HCI, diacylglycerol, dandelion powder, juniper powder, terminalia chebula powder, angelica keiskei powder, mangosteen extract, chaste extract, citrus complex, bitter melon powder, black plum powder, soy phospholipids, raspberry extract and policosanol.
Those ingredients are typical of the junk supplement makers buy in large quantities from foreign countries with poor quality control and low prices. They then make batches of mixtures of this junk and sell them under different names and different claims. What is supposed to help women burn fat may contain the same ingredients as another product which is supposed to help men burn fat...etc. Then they add a few grams of something and call it "Plus" or "Max".
It's all a ruse...a scam to capitalize on the ignorance and credulity of the consumer by people who care about your money, not your health. All you have to do is go to USA.gov and search for "hydroxycut". Here's what you'll find --> http://search.usa.gov/search?query=hydro...
Here's an except from one of the white papers listed.
"FDA has received 23 reports of serious health problems ranging from jaundice and elevated liver enzymes, an indicator of potential liver injury, to liver damage requiring liver transplant. One death due to liver failure has been reported to the FDA.
Liver injury, although rare, was reported by patients at the doses of Hydroxycut recommended on the bottle. Symptoms of liver injury include jaundice (yellowing of the skin or whites of the eyes) and brown urine. Other symptoms include nausea, vomiting, light-colored stools, excessive fatigue, weakness, stomach or abdominal pain, itching, and loss of appetite.
Other health problems reported include seizures; cardiovascular disorders; and rhabdomyolysis, a type of muscle damage that can lead to other serious health problems such as kidney failure.
FDA urges consumers to stop using Hydroxycut products in order to avoid any undue risk, says Linda Katz, M.D., interim chief medical officer of FDA's Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition. "Adverse events are rare, but exist," Katz says. "Consumers should consult a physician or other health care professional if they are experiencing symptoms possibly associated with these products.""
The only reason junk like Hydroxycut is allowed to be sold is because it is classified as a "supplement' and supplements are not approved by the FDA, are virtually unregulated, do not have the protections afforded foods and drugs, are not recommended by the US National Institute of Health, do not require any testing, are often contaminated, may not even be what the label says, usually contain cheap ingredients, are often over priced scams, have been known to be dangerous, and can have numerous adverse or unwanted side effects. You are free to use it at your own peril.
As for the diuretic, you're probably not going to be feeling well on your wedding night if you rely on dehydration for weight loss. You'll regain lost water in 24 hours so it's not like you're losing fat. And, read this excerpt..."While it is true that Diurex will help you lose weight, the loss is usually minimal. In fact, as soon as you discontinue using the product, you will most likely gain the water-weight back because everyone's body naturally keeps a certain amount of extra water in the reserve for emergencies." You can get the same effect just be cutting back on salt and taking cheap caffeine pills you can buy at your local druggist.
Good luck and good health!!
Originally Answered: i dont want to die!?
I agree and disagree. My mother stated that she didn't need to are living anymore after my dad died. She was once flawlessly healthy. Didn't take any Rx, was once no longer under a health practitioner's care and died quickly after she mentioned that. On the other hand...I have wanted to die a couple of occasions in my existence and absolutely, it did not happen. I feel it's out of our palms. I think there is a vigour that has to agree that the time is right. The job of grasp of the Universe is crammed by somebody else other than me. Thank God!