“Burn 310 calories while sitting at your desk”
Meratol has just appeared in the UK newspaper Daily Express. According to the article, Meratol is “the weight loss pill that keeps the stars slim”. And stars like Eva Longoria, Courtney Cox, and George Clooney are all fans of Meratol diet pill.
Since Meratol was launched in the US in October 2010, over 100,000 units were sold. And today manufacturers announced that 30,000 advanced orders of Meratol were made in Britain only.
Meratol medical endorsements
Several doctors have also endorsed Meratol weight loss pill. According to Dr Katie Long:
“The reason for there being so few weight loss supplements on prescription is due to so many being deemed unsafe as they have significant and potentially serious side effects. I would only recommend a natural weight loss aid like Meratol as it offers the immediate weight loss needed to kick-start a January detox with no ill side effects or intrusions into your daily lifestyle.”
What can you expect from Meratol?
Meratol is believed to be 4 times stronger than other weight loss supplements on the market because it combines 4 different ingredients into 1 diet pill, giving you 4 different weight loss techniques: blocking of carbs, decreasing caloric intake, speeding up metabolism and burning more calories.
And it does all this by using only natural extracts: Cactus extract, Prickly Pear extract, Seaweed extract and Capsicum extract.
Where to purchase Meratol?
Today Meratol went on sale only at Meratol official website. Manufacturers claim that their diet pill will be available for the first few months only from their official website and after that, somewhere in spring, they will start selling Meratol in high street pharmacies such as Boots, Lloyds etc. Starting price for Meratol is £29.99, with larger orders having discounted prices.