For adults (18 years and above).
Swallow one tablet 3 or 4 times a day at mealtimes.
Use Adios Tablets as part of a calorie-controlled diet, combined with extra exercise.
Do not take more than the recommended dose.
As with any medicine, isolated reactions are possible and rare individuals may be sensitive to any of the ingredients. To minimise the possibility of adverse reaction, follow the labelled directions for use and do not take more than the stated dose.
You shouldn’t take Adios Tablets if you are;
If you are unsure whether you should take Adios Tablets we recommend that you speak to your doctor or a pharmacist first.
The ingredients contained in Adios have been traditionally used to help people lose excess weight, as part of a calorie-controlled diet with exercise. Obviously, everyone's body is different and we can’t guarantee how much weight you’ll lose - however, the key to losing weight with Adios is remembering to take a tablet at each meal time. As with any sensible weight loss plan, you should try and stick to a calorie-controlled diet. Increasing your normal activity levels and exercising more will also help you lose weight.
Adios is not suitable for vegans, but can be taken by vegetarians.
No. The Butternut in Adios is derived from the bark of the Butternut tree, not the nuts, so it shouldn’t present difficulties to people with a nut allergy. However, a complete absence of nuts in Adios Tablets cannot be guaranteed due to the possibility of cross-contamination.
No. The starch used in Adios is derived from potatoes (not cereals) and is therefore gluten-free. However, a complete absence of gluten cannot be guaranteed due to the possibility of cross-contamination.
There are no known concerns regarding the use of Adios Tablets with meal replacement products when used as part of a calorie-controlled diet.
Adios is available from retailers nationwide