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I was struggling to lose weight that had crept on over 3 years due to becoming self employed and not keeping up with a healthy lifestyle. Started taking PhenQ and saw results after just 2 weeks . My appetite reduced and I started eating healthier and keeping more challenge was cutting down on chocolate which I love, but I lost 14 lbs in 9 weeks! Overall my confidence has risen and I love buying clothes a size under what I was wearing! I feel so full of energy and find I'm not looking for sugary treats at all final advice would be to stick with PhenQ. It really helped me and the consistent support through email keeps you on track. Also, take pictures at the start as it really spurs you on during your journey.
Finall Calli, I disagree with your last paragraph. Under current patent law this drug should not have been licensed. Nexium is not a different delivery mechanism. It is merely a purification of the same drug. AstraZeneca effectively patented a 50% pure drug, then 10 years later patented a 100% pure drug. That is illegal. It should never have been allowed. Further, if you look at the cited articles, the differences between the two are so small as to be laughable, and are easily explained by the fact they were effectively delivering twice the omeprazole dose with the nexium group. This was a highly unethical maneuver.