Atlanta, (PressExposure) June 15, 2007 -- Can you be slim without being suicidal? Thatâs the question posed before the United States Food and Drug Administration. By July 26th of this year, the FDA will rule whether the risks of Zimulti, a prescription weight loss drug associated with depression and suicidal thoughts, outweigh the benefits of reduced weight, cholesterol and blood sugar. Todayâs unanimous vote by a US Health Panel to reject the drug does not bode well for the future of Zimulti in the US since the FDA usually follows the advice of its Health Panels. This means that the over 30% of Americans who are obese and the millions more who are overweight would be smart to look elsewhere for a natural weight loss plan that takes it off and keeps it off without psychiatric side effects. Business owner Tara Vickers of [http://www.SafeInchLoss.com] offers a Zimulti alternative known to work for thousands of obese and overweight people.
âWhile Sanofi tries to get Zimulti through, I want to offer a real weight loss alternative to Americans that is 100% natural. The fact that the FDA has delayed a decision on Zimulti three times and todayâs announcement tells me that thereâs real reason for concern,â states Vickers. âThere is a healthier way to lose weight known as the Safe Inch Loss Program. Coupled with an exercise regime and sound nutrition, the Safe Inch Loss Program offers real relief to millions of obese and overweight people.â
In contrast to Zimulti, Alli, and a host of other diet pills, the Safe Inch Loss system of weight loss depends on a combination of numerous energy shakes, bars, and teas. It also includes a personalized menu and emphasizes sound nutrition along with an exercise program, giving it wide appeal among those looking for a scientifically-based plan that works.
Unlike many weight loss systems and diet pills, Safe Inch Loss, powered by leucine, helps you maintain muscle mass while losing fat. Clinical studies show that an average of 16.3 pounds of fat are lost over twelve weeks. Study participants show no significant losses in fat-free (muscle) mass, suggesting that most, if not all, weight loss is due to body fat loss alone.