Thursday, December 11, 2008

Not All Diet Pills Are Bad

There is often a misconception that diet pills are not good for the body as they do more harm than good. But if you study the ingredients that make up the pills, you would realise it is clearly unfounded.

I happen to come across what goes into this diet pill, Orovo. Let’s take a look at the key ingredients found in Orovo:

• Green Tea
• Alpha Lipoic Acid
• Idebenone
• Acai
• Lactobacillus Acidophilus
• Soy
• Barley
• Cayenne Pepper
• Buckwheat
• Flaxseed
• Alfalfa Sprout
• Garlic
• Wheatgrass

See what I mean? I am not familiar with all of these ingredients but the ones I am familiar with are some of the very food items we make an effort to consume more of for their goodness or nutrients. I guess this does change our belief about diet pills, wouldn't you say, not that I need any. Well, if you do, just be sure to gather enough information so that you would be able to make an informed decision.


  1. Forget pills. Adjusting one's diet and exercise habits are the way to go for long term benefits.

  2. Great advice. Unfortunately, not everyone has the time or determination for diet and exercise. For this group of people, diet pills are the next best thing.