Better safe than SORRY!
I was waiting for four boxes of slimming coffee from the Philippines, I have consumed two boxes of the same coffee about three or four months ago and as promised I lost almost five kilo. Too good to be true? I know but it happened to me that's why I can't wait for it to come and I have been asking for updates from a friend whose relative is coming to Dubai if he is able to bring it for me.
That thought was a day ago before I stumble upon an article the next day of which says "Slimming Coffee or KILLER Coffee?" I had goosebumps with the word killer capitalized by Bang. I thought to myself this is not the coffee I took months back but I continue reading the article with doubts that it might be the same coffee because I heard that this brand is the most popular in the Philippines. When I scroll down the page, I saw a photo of the same box and sachets I used to tear every morning for about 24 days that actually help me loose the extra baby weight.
This is not good, with so much interest I read the whole article including all its comments and believed me people are like in a debate, some favoring the coffee and many thanking the author of what she claimed to be the "accidental discovery."
With friends testimonials that it really works and with me desperate to trim the extra baby weight, I become complacent and ignore the dangers that might be present in the coffee which according to my research before I even started drinking it, that this kind of slimming coffee present in the market might contain traces of Sibutramine which was withdrawn in the market by US, UK, EU, Australia, Canada, Hong Kong and Thailand. Sibutramine is an oral anorexiant or in simple terms it suppresses the apetite.
True or not that this coffee is a killer, which this days effect is still favorable but who knows it might bring lots of sickness when I get older like cancer for example, the fact that I did not lay my hands on it ever again, I'd rather have that 5K run once more to lose weight and get toned muscles instead of having a fab body and become ill in my olden days. As they say prevention is the cure and it is always better safe than sorry.