Question: Is It Wise To Take Xenadrine If You Eat Poorly And Don't Exercise?
My husband has recently purchased Xenadrine and has begun taking it. My concerns are that he does not exercise, in fact he hasn't exercised regularly in a couple of years and his eating habits are not the greatest.
Given the facts, should he be on Xenadrine? If so, any recommendations?
Any supplement should be taken in addition to a regular workout schedule (therefore the term 'supplement'). There is no easy way to lose weight, and even if Xenadrine or any other supplement helps someone lose weight, without a regular workout schedule (i.e. a healthy active lifestyle), the weight will just come back after Xenadrine is done. Get your husband to try to squeeze in 3 days of cardio work in a week and eat a little healthier. He should drop all the weight he wants, in time. All this stuff takes time.
No matter what kind of supplements you take or how you eat, you still must have some type of aerobic exercise. I wouldn't think it would hurt him to take xenadrine and not exercise, but he's wasting money and defeating the purpose. Results of any kind to your body don't come easy. It takes as much work to lose fat as it does to build muscle. Tell your husband to watch his diet, do cardio for 30 minutes a day (or more depending on his weight), and take the xenadrine. Good luck!!
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