5/01/2009 10:41am, #1
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FDA announces recall of diet pill Hydroxycut
Just came out 30 min ago. I actually started using it a few weeks ago. Guess I'm going right off of it. Ah, smells like the good ol' days when Hydroxycut had ephedra...
WASHINGTON (AP) — Government health officials are announcing the recall of popular weight loss pill Hydroxycut, after reports of liver damage and other health problems.
Food and Drug Administration officials said Friday the manufacturer of Hydroxycut has launched a nationwide recall of the dietary supplement, used by people trying to shed pounds and by body builders to sharpen their muscles.
Link to FDA recall
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5/01/2009 10:56am, #2
Hydroxycut has been having problems from the beginning of their product run.
5/01/2009 11:17am, #3
Of course there's gonna be liver damage, eventually.
That's what water pills do. . .amp out your system
to over process the extra water in your system.
It's like steroids, the body builders cycled it, back in
he day, and most show no signs of ill effects.
The athletes go and abuse it, and have all kinds of
Hydroxycut, and others like it are not intended for
long-term use. So, all you fat people, STOP using it!
Go train, instead!!!
5/02/2009 12:33am, #4The FDA has received 23 reports of serious health problems ranging from jaundice and elevated liver enzymes, an indicator of potential liver injury, to liver damage requiring liver transplants. One death due to liver failure has been reported to FDA.
5/02/2009 12:48pm, #5
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Another question would be: what was the dosage????
Too bad to see this product go. I remember the first time I used it, when it had ephedra. That thing gave me major jitters. The ephedra-free version was something I could use. I never really did use it for teh mythical phat-loss, but to get better early-morning workouts.
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5/02/2009 1:22pm, #6
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Lipo6x is a much better product anyway. Stupid people will find a way to make anything dangerous. That's not a justification to outlaw a product that works just fine for responsible people.
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5/02/2009 1:32pm, #7
5/02/2009 3:16pm, #8
to dump water and other fluids unnaturally, and
thereby forces the kidney to process that extra
Possible problems include potassium & electrolyte
deficiency, liver shut down, dehydration, etc.
but, hey, I'm not a doctor. . .
can a doctor answer?
5/02/2009 5:20pm, #9
5/02/2009 6:35pm, #10