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The commercial of Therma Zan is intended to the overweight public They explain Therma Zan is a diet pill which attacks your weight problem and all it takes is to swallow a pill and you will burn calories in a fast easy and safe way They assume that the costumer will start losing weight even when he is not on a diet by breaking down and melting off excess fat and it also releases energy from the burned fat so you arent as hungry Never again will you be waiting for your next meal starved mentally drained and trembling from lack of energy It is also said that all of the ingredients used are 100 safe and proven to be effective and it will make the person lose weight fast Resuming the message is that their diet pill is the best in the market witch has only positive aspects and the costumer will lose weight in a fast easy and safe way With the phrase All it takes is to swallow a pill and not giving the full information about the product in my opinion the purpose is to sell their product at any cost Even if we are talking about arming the consumer they dont care because their main idea is to sell their product The information present in the advertising is not accurate because its not given the total information about the product In this advertising the information is incomplete as we notice it only has positive aspects about the product But what they dont show is the negative part Like Therma Zan diet pills can have a significant impact on our blood pressure metabolism and general health All the diet pills have one thing in common they have ephedrine Ephedrine has been known to cause many minor side affects such as headaches nervousness insomnia high blood pressure fatigue
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