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Overweight Cops in Sydney Ordered to Trim Down

Sydney Australia (PRWEB) March 25, 2013

News has gotten out that in several Sydney police precincts, several cops have been ordered to lose weight due to a heavy weight gain in recent years. As mentioned in the March 15th 2012 article from Mail Online News titled "Fat Cop Crackdown". What are the means at which they are lose all the excess weight? Aside from exercise, they’ve been told to use the diet pill, Liproxenol.

At first, the outrage from finding out that the cops were going to be put on diet pills was thick in the air, due to everyone saying that using diet supplements like Liproxenol were unsafe to use. It seemed all diet pills had unsafe and even dangerous ingredients that could cause harm, or even cause death. But, after some research, the word got out that Liproxenol wasn’t as dangerous as originally thought.

In fact, Liproxenol isn’t really dangerous or unsafe at all. Unlike a lot of other diet pills and supplements, Liproxenol has all natural ingredients, and nothing else remotely harmful. After researching the matter involving the diet pill, it actually has things like green tea extract and Vitamin B6. With ingredients like these, how could they be harmful?

With more and more overweight police using Liproxenol in conjunction with the necessary exercise regimen, a mass weight loss has finally begun to take effect among the cops of Sydney, we can rest assured that there’ll be more police officers out there who can deal with the bad guys easier now that they are physically more fit than before.

About Liproxenol Nutraceuticals:

Liproxenol Nutraceuticals is a leading provider of innovative healthy living supplements and wellbeing products to markets around the globe. Customers count on Liproxenol to provide the cutting edge products and solutions to help them create strong minds and fit bodies, and allow them to enjoy life to the fullest extent and with the greatest satisfaction possible.

Liproxenol operates fulfillment and manufacturing in New Zealand and the USA.

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