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Has anyone tried NV clinical to lose weight yet?

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      Cynthia Schmidt wrote Jan 3, 2014
    • I had no idea what this was so I went to one of my favorite websites, supplementgeek.com and looked it up. The author of the site has a master’s degree in exercise science and a bachelor’s degree in chemistry and has been researching supplements for 15 years. His review was inconclusive for most of the ingredients of this product. I really like this guy’s site, you can look up just about anything on there.




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      Mzd3 wrote Jan 4, 2014
    • No, but I’d like to find something safe and effective.




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      Cynthia Schmidt wrote Jan 5, 2014
    • I notice in the research I’ve done that all of the weight loss programs promote a low calorie way of eating combined with exercise. Then they promote their supplements or something that is unique to their plan or philosophy. If you look at simple biomechanics - eat less than you burn; weight loss. Eat more then you burn; weight gain. These supplements are not regulated and I question their safety. I wish more doctors would get involved in weight loss from a therapeutic perspective. It would start with lab work to see if there are any deficiencies or excesses that need to be addressed in the endocrine system and then supplementation can be targeted and specific combined with a healthy eating plan, exercise, and behavior counseling with followup scheduled visits to track progress.




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      Mzd3 wrote Jan 5, 2014
    • True Cynthia, if I’d stick with low calorie diet and exercise , there’s no need for a pill.




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      Vikki Hall wrote Jan 6, 2014
    • Right! I feel like I move more than I eat but lately the scale says otherwise. 2014 is about getting my priorities back in rder.




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