Cheryl Burke‘s Fullfast Appetite Control Spray – rad or dud? The Cheryl Burke’s Fullfast Appetite Control Spray ad is puzzling. What is wrong with Cheryl Burke’s Fullfast Appetite Control Spray? Dieting with the stars? Really? Has it come to this? Given what we know about Cheryl Burke’s diet, I am not sure I understand why she needs some spray to control her appetite.
Does this spray work? Can it help you lose 10 pounds in 3 days without using clenbuterol or using any other diet pills? I have no idea. But I know this, The 4 Hour Body can help you lose a lot of weight. Having said that, according to the ad above, the Fullfast spray has performed well in a double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical study, which was published last year in the International Journal of Obesity.
Compared to the placebo group, the spray using group felt less hungry and more satisfied after meals within 5 days. Great. But even if Fullfast works as advertised, the question is: Is it better to learn how to change your eating habits and follow a healthy diet or is it better not to change your eating habits and use something like this spray to suppress your appetite?