Adios diet pill reviewAdios is an herbal supplement that is marketed as a natural sliming aid designed to help individuals lose excess weight. According to the official site, this product is meant to be used in conjunction with a calorie-controlled diet and “extra exercise”. However, nowhere on the site or on the official package leaflet is it explained how Adios works to help you achieve weight loss. The leaflet simply states that it is a “traditional herbal medicinal product used as an aid to slimming as part of a calorie controlled diet, based on traditional use only.”

While the site and leaflet offers no insight as to how Adios works, the ingredients within its formula should help to shed a little light on the subject. Each tablet contains the following: Butternut Bark, Dandelion Root, Dry Extract Boldo, Dry Extract Fucus.

Butternut bark is often used as a laxative and can also be used to treat intestinal discomfort. Dandelion root and boldo extract are both diuretics and expel excess fluid from the body. In other words, they increase water loss.

Fucus contains high amounts of iodine. A seaweed extract, fucus can help support the immune system, lower food cravings due to its high mineral content, and can provide thyroid support, which can help with weight loss and weight management. Some believe it boosts metabolism and increases fat burning.

In essence, based on these ingredients, it looks like the weight that will be lost taking Adios is water weight, which will be expelled through increased urination and defecation, resulting from the pill’s diuretic and laxative ingredients. Therefore, it is unlikely that any weight loss you experience while taking this product will have a lasting effect, as any water you lose you will eventually be gained back.

Furthermore, due to the fact that this product contains more than one diuretic, it is very important that you do not exceed the recommended dosage (one tablet 3- 4 times daily at mealtimes) and that you consume sufficient water. Staying hydrated while taking these pills is extremely important because the risk of dehydration when taking diuretics is high. Furthermore, they also increase your risk of heat stroke, especially when exercising, if you do not keep yourself sufficiently hydrated.

Due to the lack of solid evidence that the ingredients in the Adios formula are effective or safe for weight loss, it may be in your best interest to avoid this herbal slimming aid. At the very least, you would be wise to speak with your medical practitioner before choosing this product.