Side effects to A.C.E. diet pills???
lulu

Fairchild, WI

#521 Oct 6, 2012
Honestly, you cant take something for only a few days and expect it to magically make all your fat disappear! i have been on the A.C.E pill since monday and i have had affects but yet i feel a difference! i will try it for the rest of the month to see but if nothing else happens then whatever. already i have lost about 5-7 lbs and still going after a while i am having no side affects. again you cant take a pill thats supposed to help you loose weight for only 2-3 days IT WONT WORK!!! you need to take it more!! and all pills have side affects some you just need to have your body get use to the pill! Dont knock it til you try it.( for the recommended time
ace distributor

United States

#522 Oct 7, 2012
lol funny i never said they have less caffeine then a candy bar. but thanks for putting words in my mouth. the distributors higher in the conpany benefit from selling the pills. i don't. not everybody is money hungry.
ace distributor

United States

#523 Oct 7, 2012
i would like to know who is training these people to say stuff, apparently ive missed that meeting lol
Keeping it Real

Allentown, PA

#524 Oct 7, 2012
ace distributor wrote:
lol funny i never said they have less caffeine then a candy bar. but thanks for putting words in my mouth. the distributors higher in the conpany benefit from selling the pills. i don't. not everybody is money hungry.
Actually I don't ever recall saying that YOU did say that. What I did say was on some Facebook pages & different forums ACE distributors say that.

SO feel free to keep on reading things how you wish to read them. If I meant you were saying that then I would have stated that YOU said that.
Keeping it Real

Allentown, PA

#525 Oct 7, 2012
ace distributor wrote:
i would like to know who is training these people to say stuff, apparently ive missed that meeting lol
Yes I'm assuming you must have. Because if 8 or more distributors say the exact same thing word for word, someone somewhere is telling them what to say. If it walks like a duck & talks like a duck......

I will say though and I don't feel like going back through all the posts so you may have or may not have said this...

I find it odd that there is a post in this thread telling people that they have pregnant & nursing mothers taking this, and then later there's a distributor saying that these women shouldn't be. Seems to be some truly conflicting advice from people selling this product.
Liz Q

Hammond, IN

#526 Oct 7, 2012
lori wrote:
i took them for a couple days (might not have been long enough) but i felt like i could claw the bark off a tree and then climb it. it was a bad kinda energy for me.
I'm LAUGHING MY ASS OFF just readig that response!!!
friend

Franklin, TN

#527 Oct 7, 2012
LoveMyACE wrote:
<quoted text>
Honestly, did you seriously read what you wrote "Yeah the VITAMINS in ACE won't hurt anyone but the other ingredients sure as hell will!"? ACE is only vitamins and natural herbs! This product IS SAFE!!!! I have checked it with 3 doctors and a pharmacist! Plus I have a customer who checked it with her pharmacist and doctor! We also have a distributor, that had it tested and found it to be safe as well! I refuse to argue with someone that contradicts themselves and doesn't have a clue to what they are talking about! I challenge you to take the ingredients to your doctor, before relying on your kindergarten level doctor expertise! The caffiene in ACE, if that may be what your are refering to when you talk about dangers...is from the cocca powder. It is a natural stimulant, which your body matabolizes differently and saferly!
Well, that was difficult to read. ACE apparently doesn't improve your literacy skills.

"ACE is only vitamins and natural herbs!" BULLSHIT. The ACE label
ingredients include 1,3-dimethylpentylamine HCI and phenylethylamine. Neither is a vitamin or herb, nor are they 'all-natural.'

1,3-dimethylpentylamine HCL is the scientific name for methylhexanamine or DMAA. DMAA is a potentially dangerous synthetic stimulant that is banned by most sports agencies. It's already illegal in Canada, Australia and the U.K. Two soldiers died last year from heart attacks after using products with this SAME ingredient. It's now banned from sale on all Army bases. And there are numerous lawsuits currently against products containing DMAA. Google "DMAA lawsuits" for more info.

Phenylethylamine,also known as PEA, is a synthesized amine known for psychoactive drug and stimulant effects.
* Phenylethylamine cannot be combined with MAOI anti-depressants or other stimulants. Doing so could cause serious, possibly fatal effects.
* People who have high blood pressure or other heart issues should never use phenylethylamine.
* It cannot be used for a long period of time or by anyone under the age of 18.
* If taken in too high dosage, phenylethylamine can be fatal.

So you're either a liar or incredibly stupid. Judging by your posts, I'm betting it's a combination of both.
IN THE KNOW

Hickory, KY

#528 Oct 7, 2012
friend wrote:
<quoted text>Well, that was difficult to read. ACE apparently doesn't improve your literacy skills.

"ACE is only vitamins and natural herbs!" BULLSHIT. The ACE label
ingredients include 1,3-dimethylpentylamine HCI and phenylethylamine. Neither is a vitamin or herb, nor are they 'all-natural.'

1,3-dimethylpentylamine HCL is the scientific name for methylhexanamine or DMAA. DMAA is a potentially dangerous synthetic stimulant that is banned by most sports agencies. It's already illegal in Canada, Australia and the U.K. Two soldiers died last year from heart attacks after using products with this SAME ingredient. It's now banned from sale on all Army bases. And there are numerous lawsuits currently against products containing DMAA. Google "DMAA lawsuits" for more info.

Phenylethylamine,also known as PEA, is a synthesized amine known for psychoactive drug and stimulant effects.
* Phenylethylamine cannot be combined with MAOI anti-depressants or other stimulants. Doing so could cause serious, possibly fatal effects.
* People who have high blood pressure or other heart issues should never use phenylethylamine.
* It cannot be used for a long period of time or by anyone under the age of 18.
* If taken in too high dosage, phenylethylamine can be fatal.

So you're either a liar or incredibly stupid. Judging by your posts, I'm betting it's a combination of both.
The DMAA is all natural. Geranium extract is all natural. The synthetic version is what the soldiers died from. They took to much of it. And the synthetic form is what was ban. You would think as smart as your computer is. It would of found that info for you too. So who's stupid now. Get your facts straight. Dip sh#t
friend

Franklin, TN

#529 Oct 7, 2012
IN THE KNOW wrote:
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The DMAA is all natural. Geranium extract is all natural. The synthetic version is what the soldiers died from. They took to much of it. And the synthetic form is what was ban. You would think as smart as your computer is. It would of found that info for you too. So who's stupid now. Get your facts straight. Dip sh#t
Yet another functionally illiterate ACE dealer weighs in. Here's the difference between you and me - I can back up what I posit to be true. You want straight facts? How about straight from the National Institutes of Health?
"Could 1,3 dimethylamylamine (DMAA) in food supplements have a natural origin?"
"It it must be concluded that synthetic DMAA, known to be capable of causing severe adverse physiological effects, has been added."

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22941904
IN THE KNOW

Hickory, KY

#533 Oct 7, 2012
friend wrote:
<quoted text>Yet another functionally illiterate ACE dealer weighs in. Here's the difference between you and me - I can back up what I posit to be true. You want straight facts? How about straight from the National Institutes of Health?
"Could 1,3 dimethylamylamine (DMAA) in food supplements have a natural origin?"
"It it must be concluded that synthetic DMAA, known to be capable of causing severe adverse physiological effects, has been added."

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22941904
Well it's not ban in the USA!!! Thats all the evidence I need. Your report was from Italy. Hell in turkey driving under the influence is punishable by the death penalty. We live in the USA remember. You must be selling some other weight loss product. There are pros and cons to everything. Your opinion, my opinion and every other Dr in the worlds options. More than half the pills in the country that are prescribed will affect you negatively in one way or another. It all boils down to if you can take it and lose the weight you need to lose to get healthier. Not saying take it forever. It is a great tool to drop some pounds. Yes it affects everybody different. Some can take it some cant. Just try it and see for yourself.
Get real

Allentown, PA

#534 Oct 8, 2012
IN THE KNOW wrote:
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Not saying take it forever.
So then what happens when someone stops taking it. Besides gaining all that money back that they waisted, what else happens. Hmmmm....They're suddenly not using the DMAA anymore, so guess what else comes right on back. Doesn't take much to realize all the weight too.
gtl

Franklin, TN

#535 Oct 9, 2012
IN THE KNOW wrote:
<quoted text>
Well it's not ban in the USA!!! Thats all the evidence I need. Your report was from Italy. Hell in turkey driving under the influence is punishable by the death penalty. We live in the USA remember. You must be selling some other weight loss product. There are pros and cons to everything. Your opinion, my opinion and every other Dr in the worlds options. More than half the pills in the country that are prescribed will affect you negatively in one way or another. It all boils down to if you can take it and lose the weight you need to lose to get healthier. Not saying take it forever. It is a great tool to drop some pounds. Yes it affects everybody different. Some can take it some cant. Just try it and see for yourself.
What in the hell are you rambling about? I think you've just proved that DMAA destroys brain cells. I'm not selling ANY weight loss product - I have a REAL job.

The FDA (it's in the USA, by the way) is in the process of banning DMAA right this minute. Enjoy your drugs while you can because ACE will be "reformulated" any day now.

"DMAA is not classified as a dietary ingredient, and is not legal for use in supplement products."

"Over the past several months, a growing number of DMAA lawsuits have been filed in courthouses nationwide on behalf of individuals who have allegedly been injured after consuming dietary supplements containing the controversial ingredient."
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http://www.jdsupra.com/legalnews/fda-sends-wa...
REALLY

Rogers, AR

#536 Oct 10, 2012
This is a PYRAMID SCHEME!!!!! It was explained by a person who works for the company! The only way anyone makes money is if they recruit people under them, then they recruit people, and so on.
Ridiculous! You can argue this all you want, but it is from the "horses mouth"
Annie Ray

Baton Rouge, LA

#537 Oct 10, 2012
I have taken ACE for a month and I had no side effects! It did curb my appetite and I lost that little bulge on my hips. It hasn't come back and I have been off of them for 2 months. A doctor told me years ago to try chromium picolonate to get rid of fat and he was right! Try it for 10 days and if it doesn't give you side effects, you will see the fat disappear. It's YOUR CHOICE!
Tamaana Khan

Santa Clara, CA

#538 Oct 10, 2012
@ NIKKI
it might be cuz you dont eat properly or you are allergic to this the symptoms that you are saying is mostly caused by allergies
cell4257

New Albany, IN

#539 Oct 11, 2012
I'm sorry for those who have had a bad experience with A.C.E. I have benn using A.C.E. For almost 10 weeks. I am such a believer and know that it's for real, that it really works, that I am now an Associate for A.C.E. People that know me and know the struggles that I live with have seen such a huge improvement in me. I battle Fibromyalgia, Hypothyroidism, Migraines, Diabetes, Rheumatoid Arthiritis, and I.B.S. I take a lot of medicene, many that cause me to sleep, inactive, and dizzy. I'm in the Medical Field and didn't think I would ever beable to have any kind of life. I am a Christian and I believe in miracles, wonders, deliverance, and healings. I've been praying for a healing, waiting patiently for the manifestation of my healing. When I started A.C.E., within 10 days I felt like a new person, I was given a new lease on life......I have sold this miracle all natural pill to many, many people, and they all love it too! So, if it's in our head, at least it's working. Oh, did I mention that I have lost down a size in those 10 days, doing nothing any different but taking this all natural pill!
Whatever

Vincennes, IN

#540 Oct 12, 2012
Kelly wrote:
I have been taking ACE for only 9 days and am 100% thrilled with the product...so far. I am down 10 lbs I have noticed no side affects, as far as the "speed" feeling I am perfectly awake, no jitters, shaking or anything. I walk an hour every day I work at a day care with 20 3 & 4 year olds I also have hypothyroidism and I have never felt better in my life, better now at age 32 then when I was 16. I used to feel like I was 60. Highly, highly reccomend
Well yeah...If you walk an hour every day, sure you are going to lose the weight..
mey

Des Moines, IA

#541 Oct 12, 2012
hello kitty wrote:
I don't drink any caffeine and I took one pill and got super dizzy and got a huge migraine! It was awful!
AGREE!! Felt super dizzy and sick after taking them!
playboy girl

Edinburg, TX

#542 Oct 14, 2012
i have been taking for 14days & i have no hunger no headaches n well i have lost 14lbs but also w/some exercise but nun hard just waling/jogging for about an hr but it really works so i recommend
Well

United States

#543 Oct 15, 2012
Nuts wrote:
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Really? So you think there's an ingredient in there that's not listed on the package? Because there's NOTHING in the listed ingredients that would make you feel like that... Makes me really concerned about the quality of this product.
It's not FDA regulated so they don't have to put exactly what they say is in the pill, in the pill. No one regulates it, so therefore they can put more or less of what they say is in it, plus some I'd they'd like. Scary.

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