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Day Diet Pills – Are They Safe and Do They Work

Firstly, let me state that the 2 Day Diet Japan Lingzhi diet pills, along with many other Chinese and so-called “Japanese diet pills” have been tested by the FDA and found to contain prescription medicine and undeclared drugs. While you’re still able to purchase them via the internet, the FDA is actively shutting down each operation.

The 2 Day Diet pills are not the only Chinese/Japanese diet pills found to contain undeclared drugs. The complete list of these tainted diet pills is available on the FDA website under recalls and consumer warnings. As they continue to find and test products they update the list and the list is long. These unethical Chinese manufacturers continue to manufacture the 2 Day Diet and create other similar pills for American companies or for anyone who is willing to buy them. They simply change the packaging for their customers and release a new product that the FDA has not yet had a chance to test. According to the FDA, they are having a tough time monitoring incoming diet pills from China and the websites that sell them.

Are the 2 Day Diet pills safe to take?

Answer: According to the ingredient label it contains all natural ingredients. What it really contains is a schedule 4 diet drug, available (legally) only by prescription. Check the FDA website for a complete list of the prescription drugs they have found in these Chinese/Japanese diet pills. Okay, so you need a prescription. But are they safe to take? As with any chemical drug, they will have side-effects. According to the FDA website, no deaths have been reported. The FDA has found these products to contain two and three times the amount of drugs in a normally prescribed dose. And at about 1/20th of the cost of the prescription drug here in the USA…. but that’s a subject for another article! Check with your doctor to see if he can prescribe a diet pill that is safe for YOU.

Do they work?

Answer: Absolutely! There’s a popular Topix forum thread on the 2 Day Diet pill subject.

For clarification, I’m not saying all diet products from China are loaded with prescription drugs or that all Chinese manufacturers are unethical. I sure hope not because everything comes from China! What about Japanese diet pills? There are no such things! Japan has a highly regulated diet industry. The Chinese slap “made in Japan” on the box to give their product some legitimacy! Also note when you read the box, there is not a manufacturer listed. Although there is some writing in Japanese or Chinese, translators tell us it doesn’t list a manufacturer.

Some people will also argue that the FDA did not test the ORIGINAL 2 Day Diet. There’s lots of controversy on the subject of real and fake. You’ll read a lot about it on the Topix forum. Since no manufacturer will actually claim the product you can consider them all original or all fake. Take your pick! In reality there are many Chinese manufacturers producing the 2 Day Diet. They’ll change the packaging slightly and that will spark a whole new debate on fake vs original.

Bottom line.. proceed with caution. Talk to your doctor. And if you do decide to purchase the 2 Day Diet, monitor yourself closely. Read the Topix forum to see how others are doing and the side effects you need to be aware of because they’re certainly not written on the label. You’ll see that internet advertising is rampant for the 2 Day Diet. They are sold by many legitimate companies. Before taking diet pills, do a little research, monitor yourself carefully and check the forums for complaints.