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Zetacap "The Stomach Blocker" is an over-the-counter diet pill promoted as an alternative to gastric bypass surgery, it's main ingredient is fiber.


Zetacap is easy. You just eat a couple pills along with a glass of water 30 minutes before you have a meal. That's it. The fiber in Zetacap causes you to feel full without any calories. So, when you go to eat, you'll eat less. Also, you'll retain this feeling of being full for a few hours (5 or 6) afterward, so you wont want to snack in between meals either.

Fiber is a well-known healthy substance that has many other health benefits. There aren't any health risks with Zetacap. Zetacap contains no stimulants, so there's no jittery feelings or health risk for people with heart disease.

Zetacap claims to be effective within 30 minutes. Also, Zetacap claims that many will reach their weight-loss goals within 30 to 45 days. The average is more like 90 days. A full money back guarantee is offered to anyone who is not satisfied. You just have to return the unused portions.

Zetacap is very similar to Lipozene and is part of a fairly new class of diet pill that has recently come onto the market. While most other diet pills are a cocktail of herbal ingredients which include stimulants, pills like Zetacap and Lipozene are fiber-based, though also contain a number of herbal ingredients.

Zetacap's herbal blend contains: Cassia Angustifolia, Plantago Major, Xanthum Gum, Fucus Vesiculosus, Capsicum Frutesens, Konjac Radix, Echinacea Purpurea, Ananas Comsus, Allium Sativum, Zingiber Officinale, Ginko Biloba, Panax Ginseg, Llex Paraguariensis, Filipendula Ulmaria, Hypericum Perforatum, and Valeriana Officianalis.

The claim that Zetacap is an alternative to gastric bypass surgery seems rather extreme and perhaps misplaced. Although, gastric bypass surgery certainly has its share of serious issues. So, anything that might be seen as an alternative to that should be considered.


Some people criticize this pill and other fiber-based diet pills because they are "just fiber". It's true, no one is denying this. But, if it works, it works. However, you may be able to achieve similar results from simply eating a diet that is rich in fiber. Also, for many, these pills can get to be expensive. There are other fiber pills on the market which are not specifically targeted at dieting, though they may have a similar effect.


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  23-Jan-2007 11:09am created by bill
  23-Jan-2007 11:25am last update by bill

posted 12-Mar-2007 6:57pm

I have been taking this pill for about 3 days. I got sick today for some odd reason, and when I threw up the Aetacap pills came back up also. To my suprise they were still entact and still had the powder in them. This was about 30 to 45 mins after taking them. I guess they do not work.
posted 5-Apr-2013 9:01am

LipoZene contains glaoamcnnan, a water-soluble dietary fiber. As such, it may help with constipation, cholesterol, and weight loss. There was in fact a double-blind eight-week study conducted which appeared to show that glucomannan led to an average weight loss of 5.5 pounds compared to a control population. The association between gluconnannan and weight loss was not considered statistically significant, I.e. the apparent weight loss was within the bounds of statistical error and could as easily have been zero pounds.The following is a quote from Wikipedia on gluconannan: Glucomannan is an ingredient in a variety of dietary supplement products marketed via television advertisements claiming to aid in weight loss. According to the FTC, there are no clinical data supporting many of the manufacturer claims and several companies have been determined by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) or the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to have, at some time, violated the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act. The companies include Vitacost,[13] PediaLean,[14] Herbal Worldwide Holdings,[15] BioTrim,[16] and others. The company Obesity Research Institute, the marketer of FiberThin, Zylotrim, Propolene and Lipozene, settled FTC charges that their misleading weight-loss claims violated federal laws by agreeing to pay $1.5 million in consumer redress.[17] Basically, Lipozene is a pricey version of comparable dietary fibers like psyllium husk (Metamucil). If you feel that a dietary fiber might be beneficial, you might check out first the lower-cost alternatives available through Amazon.
posted 14-Nov-2014 6:44am

all this weight loss crap does not work guys the only diet that works for real is a low carb high potrein diet. I know 5 people that did it and im one of them. It works 100% and its not unhealthy. I lost 25 pounds in 4 months and stopped. Now it is the 8th month since I have done it and im still at the same weight the I was after i stopped the diet. trust me

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