Thursday, February 08, 2007

TrimSpa Baby!

Anna Nicole Smith, former model and TrimSpa Inc. spokesperson, died today in her room at the Seminole Hard Rock Casino and Hotel in Hollywood, Florida, according to Hollywood Fire and Rescue. She was 39 years old.

Just two days ago, Anna Nicole Smith and the diet products company TrimSpa Inc. had been sued in a class-action lawsuit alleging their marketing of a weight loss pill is false or misleading.

At least she can now be with her son.

In other news …

The Food and Drug Administration yesterday announced its approval of sales of the weight-loss drug Xenical® without a prescription.

About half of patients in trials experienced gastrointestinal side effects, and studies have associated the prescription version of the drug with precancerous lesions of the colon.

Xenical, and the generic Orlistat, can also lead to significant inhibition of absorption of fat-soluble vitamins

Xenical is brought to you by Roche Pharmaceuticals. The same company that brought you “feel good” drugs like Accutane and Tamiflu.

Don’t worry … the FDA has found an iron clad way to make sure these OTC pills are not abused. The new drug would contain half the dose of Xenical prescription capsules.

I am quite sure young girls will not take twice as many capsules.


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Blogger michaela said...

If an actual weight loss drug existed that actually did what it claimed, I think we'd all be out buying it. The fact that there are so many pills and still so many people who struggle with their weight seems to say something.

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Blogger the fourth person said...

Thats just the picture I used in my blog post about her. its her most flattering look i think. bless her heart. And yes, I should hope she is reunited with the soul of her son.

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