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amother




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Post Thu, Nov 04 2021, 11:36 pm
Anyone hear of this melta diet? A friend told me about it. It's It's 3 month program? Pills and diet?
Sound too good to be true. Wondering if anyone knows anything.bout it.
Thanks
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amother




Lightyellow
 

Post Fri, Nov 05 2021, 12:15 am
Following
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amother




Butterscotch
 

Post Fri, Nov 05 2021, 12:16 am
If it worked, your health insurance would already have called you to offer you a discount if you take it.
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amother




Lightyellow
 

Post Fri, Nov 05 2021, 12:22 am
amother [ Butterscotch ] wrote:
If it worked, your health insurance would already have called you to offer you a discount if you take it.

Lol. I think this was advertised with a money back guarantee. Which is pretty promising. Anyone still have the ad?
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amother




Chestnut
 

Post Fri, Nov 05 2021, 12:23 am
Meh, nome these pills and vitamins work.
Maybe they can sort of help you if your already dieting and exercising.
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amother




Darkblue
 

Post Wed, Nov 24 2021, 11:57 pm
Bump anybody tried this and can update?
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amother




Darkblue
 

Post Wed, Dec 01 2021, 4:48 pm
Bump
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amother




Clematis
 

Post Wed, Dec 01 2021, 5:02 pm
Careful with the green tea stuff. I know someone who needed a liver transplant after taking diet supplements that had green tea extract in it. These melta stuff have green tea in it.

I doubt it works. The only diet pills with real results are the prescription ones and even those have limited results.

I would try a nutritionist combined with exercise and if you are still craving food then see a doctor for an appetite suppressant to give you boost.
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amother




Darkblue
 

Post Wed, Dec 01 2021, 5:38 pm
I’d like to hear real life results not other advice please if anybody has experience with this.
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amother




Clematis
 

Post Wed, Dec 01 2021, 6:21 pm
amother [ Darkblue ] wrote:
I’d like to hear real life results not other advice please if anybody has experience with this.


I gave u real life results. Green tea extract supplements like melta have caused liver failure in a young otherwise healthy women. I know her personally.
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Rachel8177




 
 
 
 

Post Wed, Dec 01 2021, 11:00 pm
They've been out of stock for a while. They suggest minimum 8-12 weeks to see results and product is not out on the market for that long ye
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andrea levy




 
 
 
 

Post Thu, Dec 02 2021, 12:27 am
amother [ Clematis ] wrote:
I gave u real life results. Green tea extract supplements like melta have caused liver failure in a young otherwise healthy women. I know her personally.


I’m curious why you think it was that specifically? I mean, I’m not pro most UNREGULATED ( which this is) supplements but I know enough about science to know that green tea does not cause liver failure by itself and that when n=1, it means nothing at all. A quick google scholar search does not show any definitive evidence because there are usually multiple issues going on at the same time. Further, many folks who have these issues already had Nafld (fatty liver) and it’s possible that the damage would have happened anyways. I’m not saying that no one ever had a bad reaction to unregulated supplements but knowing one person who had this combination of issues is negligible. Even in studies based on people with liver issues, the number purported to have this happen was 3%. And again, purported.


OP. I know you aren’t looking for opinions, and this response was not to you specifically. That said, just because I’m saying that I highly doubt that amother is correct about stating outright that green tea supplements are causing liver failure, I do think this is nothing other than a waste of money.

If there was a magic cure, I’d have found it by now. There isn’t.

This is a great example of good intentions being stolen along with throwing away money.
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amother




Clematis
 

Post Fri, Dec 03 2021, 11:21 am
andrea levy wrote:
I’m curious why you think it was that specifically? I mean, I’m not pro most UNREGULATED ( which this is) supplements but I know enough about science to know that green tea does not cause liver failure by itself and that when n=1, it means nothing at all. A quick google scholar search does not show any definitive evidence because there are usually multiple issues going on at the same time. Further, many folks who have these issues already had Nafld (fatty liver) and it’s possible that the damage would have happened anyways. I’m not saying that no one ever had a bad reaction to unregulated supplements but knowing one person who had this combination of issues is negligible. Even in studies based on people with liver issues, the number purported to have this happen was 3%. And again, purported.


OP. I know you aren’t looking for opinions, and this response was not to you specifically. That said, just because I’m saying that I highly doubt that amother is correct about stating outright that green tea supplements are causing liver failure, I do think this is nothing other than a waste of money.

If there was a magic cure, I’d have found it by now. There isn’t.

This is a great example of good intentions being stolen along with throwing away money.


https://naturalmedicines.thera.....RACT.


https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK547925/

https://www.bbc.com/news/stories-45971416

A quick Google search found this.

I'm not saying that it definitely causes liver failure. I'm saying that it can and it did in someone I know personally. Do what you want with the info. Just passing along.
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