Below you’ll find some unsolicited customer comments on Tom Lee Health’s EPH200. If you’d like to have your own comments featured here, please contact us with your story.
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This product did not work for me at all. I have exactly 15 pounds to lose and didn’t lose a pound with this product. I will be requesting a refund.
I tried the EPH200 and it was useless, did nothing more than a very mild hit on my appetite and that was it, no increased energy, nothing. I was taking the MAX allowed by the bottle. I know from use of diet items most of my life that my body may be just a little different, but this was totally useless.
I moved on to Xendrine Hardcore with slightly better results. I felt very hungry at lunch time, but would fill up very quickly, so say the usual was a 12″ sub, and by the time I would get 3/4 of the way through one half (6″) I would feel satisfied. However, I saw no increase in engery from that one either.
I bought the EPH200 from the Tom Lee Website and it stated to weigh myself after the first 3 days of losing weight and notate this on the weight losing chart that they provided and I did not lose any weight.
This also does not curb your appetite in fact I think it makes you more hungry. I am returning this product this is a true dud!
I wish ephedra was back on the market. I followed the guidelines when I use the Xenadrine-RFA 1 and I lost 50 lbs and I had felt better than I had in years but of course you have the few who overindulge and ruin it for everyone. The chinese have used Ephedra for years no wonder they are so skinny. We need it back and DO NOT BUY INTO THE HYPE OF THE EPH200 IT DOES NOT WORK!
This is a complete waste of money. Tom Lee should be ashamed for swindling people the way he does. This product does not work. Please don’t waste your money like I did!!
Attallah (laydeeisis24AThotmail.com )
EPH200 is a Joke- I ordered and tried it for 2 months, Every day taking 6 pills per day. What happened?
I didn’t lose or gain. Save your money. I also tried the new rave — Hoodia. Maybe I didnt order the real stuff, but that stuff is also a joke. What you read is true — there is NO magic diet pill.
I started using Tom Lee’s EPH200 40 days ago. When I started I weighed 185lbs. I now weigh 165lbs. I experienced no health problems with this product and I feel great. I will continue to use this product.
I did order this product, and just received it a couple days ago.
The one thing that puzzled me was when I read the article in Readers Digest about EPH200 it told me you can eat what you want and the weight will come off, and than it went into how you should be careful not to lose too much weight per week’s time so on and so fourth.
Well, I received EPH200 the other day and wanted to get started on it right away. As I was reading the directions on how to use EPH200, and it was telling me what food to avoid; to do all your exercising in the morning; what I should eat; and when to eat etc. etc. The first thing to pop into my head was “I just got taken.”
On a personal note: If I did everything in accordance to the direction (Which I already have done, watching my carbs, exercising and eating all the right food) I already did all those things and I did lose weight, and I didn’t need a pill to do. So the bottom line is: what really works here, the EPH200, or the paper direction that comes with it?
Dave Baron (dave-baronAThotmail.com)