Many people have benefited from the release of Meratol the new wonder weight loss pill that was released late in 2010.
If you want to lose that excess fat and weight then using Meratol can help. If you are worried that the weight will return then Meratol can ease those fears too.
Since its release the users of Meratol have given many positive testimonials, it has also been part of clinical trials yet there are still people who doubt whether Meratol is as effective as it is claimed to be, with doubts that it is safe too.
This doubt could be due to the fat that they are pregnant or are breastfeeding; they may even have a chronic illness like diabetes.
Is Meratol safe to use if you are diabetic?
What you need to do especially if you are a type I or II is closely monitor what you are eating to ensure your blood sugar levels are at the optimum level.
Using Meratol has been shown to block up to 82% of your carbohydrate calories so you need to make sure you do not take in a large quantity of insulin or you may risk experiencing a hypoglycaemic attack.
When using Meratol you will need to recalculate your insulin levels so that your reduced carbohydrate levels do not affect you in a negative manner.
If you are still in doubt then it is always best to speak to your diabetic support team, they will be able to tell you what changes need to be made so that you can lose weight and stay safe.