When I saw these drops on a Daily Deal sites email alert my interest (read cynical astonishment) was piqued to the degree that I had to know more.
Apparently the drops can help one to "maintain health and metabolism AND lose weight".
What's more, with a dose of just 2ml per day the drops will "maintain muscle mass" and help to "loose only fat" and because they are "physicians grade" quality when "used correctly can provide incredible results."
On linking to the product distributors website it of course became evident that the drops were one component of ("an essential component" mind) a "diet plan"; and the crux of the "diet plan" - a calorie restricted diet.
The calorie restricted diet was where things really got interesting (and disturbing) because the amount of calories that someone was limited to on this eating 'plan' was 500!
And there it was, the truth; the drops are not the critical component of the claimed "amazing results" rather the extreme diet that the drops 'support'.
Anyone would loose weight on what can only be described as, at best, an unrealistic and largely anacheivble 'plan' and at worst a potentially dangerous regime.
I'm no dietician but the recomended safe minimum daily calorie intake for women is approximately 3.5 times that of the regime behind these drops (~1800cal) and approximately 4 times that for men (~2000cal).
This discovery has perturbed me to the extent that I am going to look into this product further with a view to at the very least making a formal complaint around the spurious claims and potentially dangerous nature of the 'plan' - watch this space!