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Diets in Review Question

Does Zerona really work?

sue asked this question Apr 13th, 2011 12:10 pm

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Adam

No.

What a ripoff! NO results at all. Aside from the cost, it took a huge sacrifice in time, and requires major changes to your diet.

AFTERWARDS, they admitted that they see mixed results and it does not work on everyone. It only removes the "soft" fat that is located immediately under your skin - it does NOTHING for the harder, deeper down fat that most of us want to lose. But they do not tell you this upfront.

Also, they brag that the treatment is FDA-approved, but that is not exactly true. The LASER is FDA-approved, as all lasers must be. But the fat-loss treatment process is not something that was ever reviewed by the FDA.

And they try to sell you on the Curva supplements, but it turns out the supplements have been yanked from the shelf of all retailers, probably because it has not received regulatory approval. I did not try the supplement, and it is probably a scam as well.


posted on Jun 1st, 2013 10:21 pm