and error, in others, you can avoid even having to go through the trials, and the errors. One great rule of thumb to follow is simply the age-old saying, "If something sounds too good to be true, it probably is!" Considering that there are constantly new miracle-weight-loss products that promise incredible results, but with very little (if any!) solid evidence to back them up, it shouldn't be too tough to spot those that are blatantly not 'real'. However, even that doesn't narrow things down nearly enough, which is where the trial and error part does come into play.
As useful as weight loss herbal pills can be, there are drawbacks in obtaining them. First of all, many brands are seen as unreliable and generally unsafe by the medical community, because of the lack of information on the bottle. Any brand that does not have its ingredients listed should be avoided at all costs.
Because of this, dieters often use the cabbage soup diet if they