New-and-Improved University of Georgia Diet “Cocktail” Pill
If this is your first time to hear about the University of Georgia “cocktail” diet pill you can find the links of the previous articles (Woman’s World excerpts) below.
The Woman’s World Magazine, May 12, 2008 issue, wrote about the University of Georgia’s diet pill cocktail on weight loss breakthrough.
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University of Georgia Diet “Cocktail” Pill: Does it Work? ↓
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The magazine made an update on Dec. 15, 2008, that the new-and-improved “cocktail” pill:
- ”you can diet for a mere 72 hours and still lose 4, 8 even 10 pounds over the course of a week”.
- antioxidant mix which includes isoflavones from soy, resveratrol from grapes, and quercetin from onions—”the mix reduced cells’ ability to store fat by about 130% and caused fat cells to disintegrate altogether at a rate 346% higher than normal.”
- plus other health benefits:
- reduced risk of heart disease and certain cancers
- smoother skin
- stronger bones
You can read the University of Georgia’s Diet Cocktail Pill excerpts here
UGA’s MaryAnne DellaFera Ph.D. has recommended the Soy Isoflavones and Resveratrol products from LifeExtension. A month’s worth of quercetin is about $8 at your local drugstores. The Woman’s World magazine have arranged for their readers to get a 33% discount on the brand DellaFera recommends. You’ll be able to get:
- 60 55 mg. Super Absorbable Soy Isoflavones capsules for $18.90
- 60 100 mg. Resveratrol capsules for $24.30
Before taking any supplements always get a doctor’s okay.
YAHOO Answers – University of Georgia Diet Cocktail Pill Readers Looking for Answers
Some Woman’s World Magazine readers had posted questions and answers about the University of Georgia’s (UGA) diet cocktail Pill at Yahoo Answers
Here are some questions/answers and comments that I’ve found:
QUESTION (from username:sister): Has anyone tried the May 12, 2008, Woman’s World diet suggestion of combining soy isoflavones and Resveratrol?
ANSWER (from username: DebbieR): Best Answer – Chosen by Asker
Yes, I’ve tried this and yes it works.
However, it didn’t work as well the first week when I used supplements from GNC. I have nothing against them, but their supplements just didn’t work well. Then I went to a vitamin shop that carries the brands PURE and THORNE – these brands are generally prescribed by doctors and can’t be bought in most drug stores. These are very potent sources of the two supplements and are working great. I have lost a pound a day for three days in a row now. Another thing I’ve noticed is that if you eat low fat and not too many carbs it works best. The article suggested that you follow their diet, but I think its just an example. I have just been eating healthy lower fat foods.
For those of you who haven’t read the article, it basically says that researchers at the University of GA found that resveratraol and soy isoflavones combined in a test tube with fat cells, disolved (I think that was the word) the fat cells. The article suggests that you take 100 mg of each supplement each day. Of their testers one woman lost fifteen pounds in a week and another woman lost 5 pounds.
Anyway, my advice is to get the best and most pure form of the supplements you can find if you are going to try this. I found that the GNC supplements were a waste of money.
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QUESTION (from username: Sueann H): Diet pills do What ones work?
I am i need of some wieght loss from having kids , 3 to be exact , any how i need to lose 20 pounds , and the faster the better . any ideas on how and with what diet pills?
ANSWER (from username: BabeHeart): Eat right and exercise. Bottom line is diet pills are mostly ineffective, all of them give you a diet plan and tell you to exercise (so you’d lose weight without the pill, why are you spending the money?) and they tend to make the drug companies richer while doing little for the users. Seriously.
If someone suggests anything to you, research it online (not on sites that sell it!) before buying. You’ll find many do have ingredients that are known to promote weight loss, but they almost always have those ingredients in amounts too small to be effective.
Do look up the University of Georgia diet pill cocktail though. Someone asked about it here a couple of days ago, and I could find no negative information on it. It’s not well proven, but doesn’t appear to be harmful, and had some positive results in the test they did. There are 3 things you take…resveratrol, soy isoflavones, and quercetin (I think I spelled them all correctly).
EDIT: Re: fast loss…1 – 3 lbs/wk max is recomended if you want to keep it off long term. The faster you lose, the more likely you are doing it in an unhealthy manner, and the more likely you are to regain when you stop that unhealthy practice. You didn’t put it on overnight, don’t expect to lose it overnight.
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QUESTION (from username: moomers81): Has anyone tried the University of Georgia cocktail diet pill yet?
Please, only answer my question if you have tried it. I don’t care to hear the “real and only ways” to lose weight. I do weight watchers. I was just curious if anyone has. I read the article in woman’s world mag and it does make sense. Thank you.
Did you read the latest one? Or did you read the one only combining two pills? The latest article combines three pills after they did more research and doesn’t tell you to keep a 1200 cal diet. It says to eat what you want, but stop when you are full instaed, which is obvious, but thanks!!
ANSWER: I read about it in Woman’s World magazine in December and they have the 3 pills and a 1200 calorie diet ONLY 3 days a week 9the other 4 just eat what you normally would and stop when you’re full). I did the pills for a week and didn’t follow any diet (it was the week of Christmas) and despite the overindulging and overeating (no 1200 calorie days) I still lost a pound so that’s pretty darn good! I’m starting today so we’ll see….
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Previous Articles on University of Georgia’s Diet Pill Cocktail
- The antioxidant mix (from soy and grapes) reduced cells’ ability to store fat by 80% and caused fat cells to self-destruct altogether at a rate 246% higher than normal.
Read Burn Body Fat Fast: Lose Fat Cells with These 2 Powerful Nutrients.
- Are isoflavones and resveratrol supplements for burning body fat safe for everyone?
Read Burn Body Fat FAQs: Soy Isoflavones and Resveratrol for Fast Fat-Melting
- With these yummy menus you’ll also get bonus doses of soy isoflavones and resveratrol in your meals!
Read Burn Body Fat Diet: Lose Fat Menus
- Many readers of Woman’s World Magazine, who want to lose weight, are searching in the internet for more information about resveratrol, soy isoflavones and quercetin.
Read Users’ Experience with the New Diet Pill