Adios and Adios Max are both herbal weight loss pills that provide an effective and all-natural way to lose weight. They work by focusing on your metabolism by speeding up the rate at which stored fat is converted into energy and burning calories in the process. However it should be stressed that Adios and Adios Max will only produce results when combined with a calorie controlled diet and exercise regime. The only difference between Adios and Adios Max is the dosage of their key ingredient.
So what's the key ingredient?
The main ingredient added to Adios is fucus, which is a type of seaweed. Fucus (fucus vesiculosus) is a brown algae seaweek that is also known as kelp or bladderwrack and has been used for centuries across Europe as a traditional remedy for weight loss and slimming. Recent studies have also suggested that it could promote healthy tissue growth, stimulate the immune system and maintain balanced blood glucose levels.
The weight loss aspect of fucus comes from its main element iodine, which is suggested to stimulate the thyroid gland in order to speed up metabolism. This increase in metabolism therefore could have the ability to initiate weight loss. Not only that, but it is suggested to also reduce appetite and cravings, which is also an important factor for weight loss. With the metabolism stimulated, the breakdown of fatty tissues leads to a safe and efficient loss of weight. The seaweed is also packed with natural minerals and trace elements that help to control appetite, eliminate toxins and fight against water retention.