It is not an April Fools prank, but it is tricky. We are talking about Fexarmine, a new diet pill. Scientists have invented a pill that actually fools the body into thinking it ate a full meal. In turn, the body burns fat.
Other benefits of Fexarmine were found too. It also lowers cholesterol levels, helps blood sugar levels remain stable and reduced inflammation in initial studies on mice.
Furthermore, Fexarmine allows people who are dieting to continue to eat fattening foods, without gaining weight. This pill is different than traditional diet pills, because it lodges and remains in the intestines rather than going straight into the blood stream. As a result, there are fewer side effects.
This new diet pill shows promise to Sam Tabar. It comes at a time when there are millions of Americans who are obese.
Fexarmine, a new diet pill, is highly anticipated to hit the market soon.. It may help many Americans who currently struggle with dieting. It could also replace bariatric surgery, which does not always have good results.