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7-DFB – 7 Day Fat Burner Review

The 7-DFB pill is a weight loss supplement that is available without a prescription, but that makes claims that are high even for the most powerful prescription drugs. The primary claim is that within seven days, users will be able to lose between seven and fourteen pounds. They state that the average weight loss of their users within the first week is 8.75 pounds. This should instantly make people wonder about both the safety of the drug and the reality of its claims. So what is it that 7-DFB is truly able to accomplish? What of its claims are real, and what portions of them are entirely hype?


7-DFB (7 Day Fat Burner) diet pills may contain an impressive list of ingredients, but most have no proven benefits for weight loss.

It is important to note that before even considering taking diet pills like 7-DFB, it is critical to speak with a qualified doctor. This is because this weight loss product contains a very large number of ingredients that could conflict with other prescription medications, supplements, or over-the-counter drugs that are being taken by the potential user. 7DFB diet pills could also cause problems with existing medical conditions that are not mentioned on the drug’s website and can only be identified by a qualified medical professional.

To look into the effectiveness of the drug, one must examine the ingredients. This particular pill, 7-DFB, has an unbelievably long list of ingredients. Without even looking at specifically what they are, it does make the reviewer wonder if this supplement contains enough of anything to make it worthwhile. The ingredients included in 7-DFB are: Grapefruit Seed, Apple Cider Vinegar, Pomegranate, Mangosteen, Noni, Sage, Cayenne Pepper, Aloe Vera, Irish Moss, Burdock Root, Red Clover Leaf, Hawthorn Berries, Lemon Peel, Red Raspberry Leaf, Mint leaf, Goldenseal, Parsley, Ginger Root, Garlic 100:1, Juniper Berries, Buchu Leaves 4:1, Cranberry, Uva Ursi, Dandelion Root, Flax seed powder, Glucomannan, Fennel Seed, Apple Pectin, Barley Rice Fiber, Oat Bran Fiber, Psyllium Husk, Chromium Polynicotinate, Potassium Gluconate, and Caffeine Anhydrous.

The majority of these ingredients have never been proven to have any impact on weight loss whatsoever. Some, such as mint leaf and ginger root, are suspected to be added to offset some of the side effects that could result from some of the other ingredients, such as chromium polynicotinate and caffeine anhydrous (a fancy word for regular caffeine). It is also important to note that chromium polynicotinate has been subject to a great deal of negative attention from the medical community as lab animals are now experiencing DNA damage from its use, there is a very rare chance of renal failure, and there have been instances of neurotransmitter interference. It may be a better idea to find a drug that does not contain this ingredient.

A few of the ingredients contained in 7-DFB are diuretics that will cause your body to shed excess water weight. Diuretics, such as dandelion root, are quite common in diet pills even though they have no benefit for helping the body rid itself of fat. In fact, a drawback to taking diuretics is that they can slow down metabolism, which works against your body’s effort to burn body fat.

7-DFB diet pills also contain a number of high-fiber ingredients and sources of antioxidants. Fiber does help to curb hunger so these ingredients may provide some small benefit. Antioxidants, however, have no real proven benefit for weight loss.

Taking all the ingredients and their amounts into consideration, this reviewer feels that the weight loss claims made by the 7-DFB advertising are simply not possible. 7-DFB diet pills may have an impressively long list of ingredients, but none of them are contained in amounts large enough to really make an impact.

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