What You Should Know
Liduo Slimming Pills are packed with a few familiar ingredients, but finding an official website or even a website with relevant information in clear, concise sentences is extremely difficult. The Chinese diet pill is listed for sale on several websites that specialize in Chinese herbal remedies. We could not find an official website.
Liduo contains a laxative and diuretic. If you are taking prescription medications of any kind do NOT take this supplement. Laxatives and diuretics interfere with how prescription medications work by reducing the time spent in the intestine.
List of Ingredients
If you can make it through the product description you will find a few ingredients that may be in Liduo Slimming Pills. Most of the ingredients are commonly found in Chinese diet supplements so we are fairly certain the names are correct, but we cannot be certain all of the ingredients are listed.
Hawthorne berry extract is sold for heart support. There are also anti-inflammatory and glucose control benefits associated with the extract. We are not sure if Liduo contains an extract of the berry or the leaf.
Cassia is nothing more than a laxative. We find this ingredient in many Chinese weight loss supplements. Laxatives, though a natural means of fighting occasional constipation, are not safe for use as diet supplements. Laxatives can cause long-term health problems, dehydration and death in extreme cases.
Poria, also known as Tuckahoe, is a natural diuretic used to increase urination. There are various reasons why increased urination could be seen as a means of weight loss, including water loss that will cause a change on the scale. However, the scale will go back to the previous weight when you stop taking poria or other diuretics.
- Ingredients for Liduo are listed online.
- Combines a laxative and diuretic to speed up weight loss.
- No proven weight loss ingredients are included in the formula.
Liduo is not a safe and effective weight loss supplement. The use of laxative and diuretic ingredients to fool the scale is not going to result in long-term weight loss. Dieters may notice a little weight loss at first, but the weight will return when the dieter stops taking Liduo. Long-term diuretic use can cause electrolyte imbalance, potassium loss and heart failure. Long-term laxative use can cause the same side effects, but is also linked to wasting of bowel muscles and recurrent constipation.