Meratol appears in The Daily Express!
On 27 December 2010 Meratol diet pill has appeared in UK newspaper
The Daily Express. According to what article says, Meratol is 4 times stronger and more
effective than regular weight loss pills on the market.
Big celebrities like Eva Longoria, Courtney Cox and George Clooney are all big fans of Meratol
diet pill, the article says. Among other things, Meratol can help you lose 3-5 lbs per week and also burn 310
calories while sitting at your desk only.
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Is Meratol medically approved?
Yes, in fact there are several doctors worldwide who endorse this weight loss product. One of those doctors is
Dr Katie Long, a GP from Glasgow. She says:
"The reason for there being so few weight loss supplements on prescription is due to so many being deemed
unsafe as they have significant and potentially serious side effects. I would only recommend a natural weight loss
aid like Meratol as it offers the immediate weight loss needed to kick-start a January detox with no ill side
effects or intrusions into your daily lifestyle."
What does Meratol do?
Meratol is a unique weight loss supplement because it helps you
achieve 4 weight loss benefits by using 1 product. Those benefits are: decreasing caloric
intake, blocking carbohydrates intake, speeding up metabolism and burning more calories.
And it does this with 4 well known ingredients: Cactus extract, Prickly Pear extract, Capsicum
extract and Brown Seaweed extract.
Where can I buy Meratol?
At the moment Meratol is not available in high street pharmacies like Boots or Lloyds. You can
buy Meratol only at the official Meratol website. Manufacturers claim that they might start selling Meratol in high
street stores starting March 2011, but until then you can get it only online using your credit card.
£29.99 | Meratol