Why can't I take Grenade's Killa Ketones if I am under 18 (I am 17 nearly 18)? What harm will it bring me?
CONTAINS CAFFEINE 200MG PER DAILY DOSE. NOT RECOMMENDED FOR CHILDREN(Under 18) OR PREGNANT WOMEN.
Does Grenade Killa Ketones Have Any Side Effects?
The majority of ingredients used in diet pills can cause a range of side effects. The likelihood of each side effect occurring vary between each individual user, and also depend upon the quantity of each ingredient within the diet pill.
The health of the consumer is also a significant factor. Dosage, the time and frequency with which the pill is taken, and even the food and drink consumed by the diet pill user can affect the chances of side effects from occurring.
Caffeine is one of the main ingredients used in Grenade Killa Ketones: its use can cause headaches, increased blood pressure, increased heart rate, heart palpitations, increased urination, dehydration, jitteriness, dizziness and insomnia.
Chromium Picolinate can lower blood sugars levels and as such should not be used by diabetics without first consulting their doctor. Low blood sugar levels can lead to light headedness, dizziness and fainting. Customers who have not eaten for several hours are more likely to experience these side effects.
White Kidney Bean is a carbohydrate blocking ingredient. It is possible that whilst the body is getting used to the effects of the carb blocking elements of Grenade Killa Ketones, users may experience stomach pains, increased bowel movements and gas. Some users of carb blockers in general report severe gas and bloating throughout their use of the products. Discomfort and tenderness in the stomach is not uncommon, and heartburn is also reported. Consuming carb-heavy meals can result in diarrhoea, as a large amount of food is passing through the body unprocessed. This diet pill contains a small quantity of White kidney bean, so side effects are likely to be minimal.
Apr 11, 2015 |
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