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    When I received these, I was skeptical to try them. But now after all experience I've had with it, I guess its pretty good. I haven't really used lots of fat burn supplements because I used to hear they make your heart beats faster or something bad like that. When I did test them out, I didn't really feel a difference as I went through my daily schedule. But at the end of the week, I noticed I lost a half a pound. Hey, any lost weight is a victory, especially if it's mindless weight losing. The next week, my weight stayed the same, so I guess I need to use it more. I suppose they lessen my apatite so I don't crave as much and may have even higher my metabolism. But like I said, I didn't really notice a difference. For a con, the capsules smell a bit weird and are hard to swallow. Another con is that they cost a lot for a months supply. I due like how it preserves muscle and says its safe and reliable, which helps me sleeps without worry of like having a heart attack or something. Althought I did I received these supplements for a discount for my honest and unbiased review, I due recommend this product. Just remember, even if the ad page doesn't say, these capsules are for 18+ years of age or older. Thanks for reading my review and rate helpful if you liked it.

  • Amazon fan - 13 year old tested and approved

    The sole reason for my interest in MAGIX Movie Edit Pro 2016 Plus was to keep my thirteen-year-old son away from the Adobe Premiere Pro editing software on the workstation in my office. He is a skateboarder and has recently began filming his "antics" with a GoPro and now wants to create a DVD to show his friends. Needless to say, this software was a perfect fit for him. He managed to cut together a pretty decent forty minute semi professional looking film complete with a rocking soundtrack (supplied by Rancid and Blink 182 - I am expecting the cease and desist letter from their attorneys to arrive any minute now), opening title sequence, captions and end credits. Most surprisingly, because of the simple directions the expected, "Hey, Dad! I need help!" was never heard. He is now working on a few more DVDs with some of his friends' footage and he is having a blast doing it. So far, clear sailing, no technical issues or glitches to plague him. At his enthusiastic behest, I gave this editing software five stars, not because I think it is on the same level as Premiere Pro, but for the price and simplicity of use you really can't go wrong.