What is Adios?
Adios is herbal slimming tablet that is available in UK in the largest supermarkets, health stores and pharmacies online and offline. It gained its popularity because of the numerous appearances in TV ads and its low price.
As mentioned above, Adios is sold in the country’s well known shops such as Boots, Superdrug, ASDA, Tesco and many others. Adios slimming pills should be taken as a part of a low calorie diet to see the best results.
Active ingredients of Adios
List of Adios ingredients is long but only 4 of them are responsible for weight loss and speeding up your metabolic rate:
Fucus dry extract. Fucus is a seaweed that can increase the metabolic rate and is used in many weight loss remedies.
Boldo dry extract. Leaves of the boldo plant in some countries are used to support the gallbladder and to help the body to get rid of the excess water.
Butternut. Excellent source of fibre, vitamins C and especially A.
Dandelion root. Supply the body with minerals and vitamins A, C and K and restore the potassium levels that are lost during increased urination (see Boldo dry extract).
Adios side effects
Adios do not cause any serious side effects but if taken in high doses it can cause diarrhoea. Also increased urination can be a problem for somebody, that’s why be aware that you will need to toilet more often when taking Adios.
Is Adios effective?
by speeding up your body’s metabolic rate;
by stimulating fat metabolism …
Its herbal ingredients seem to have a potential and the fact that this product is sold in the largest UK’s shop chains makes this a good buy. Still, strength of Adios can be questioned but at a price of less than £5 per pack it’s worth a try.
As Adios states, it’s effective only when combined with a calorie controlled diet and physical exercise so unless you are prepared work hard you could try something stronger and more effective.