The ingredients in Cortislim include Vitamin C, calcium, chromium, Cortiplex Blend (magnolia bark extract, beta-sitosterol, theanine), Leptiplex Blend (green tea extract, bitter orange peel extract), Insutrol Blend (banaba leaf extract, vanadium). There's nothing new here and infact some of it is a little misleading; teanine is actually found in Green Tea. Anyway, these are common ingredients in diet pills and supplements.
Part of the Cortislim "plan" is healthy eating and exercise. In all honesty, you might as well do just that and forget about buying diet pills as such a common sense approach is the only strategy that works in the long-term.
More troublesome is that the people who sell Cortislim admit to the following, "As with any natural product, there will be a range of effects experienced by users."
You might also be interested in knowing that a nationwide consumer class action lawsuit was filed on July 12, 2004 against the manufacturer and distributor of CortiSlim. Filed on behalf of named residents of 26 different states, the suit seeks to represent a class of consumers nationwide who have purchased CortiSlimô based on its allegedly misleading advertising claims.
The suit charges CortiSlim with using a series of misleading infomercials in which the human body's ability to regulate weight loss is allgedly linked to the body's production of a chemical substance called cortisol. Contrary to defendants' advertisments, the suit contends that defendants' marketing claims are unsubstantiated and lack a valid scientific basis Caveat emptor.