She is said to have taken the pills in the hope of losing weight gained during pregnancy without consulting a doctor, as they were marketed as a natural treatment.The health department of Nuevo Leon, the Mexican state where Ms Garza lived in the city of Monterrey, has said it will increase its vigilance against so-called “miracle products” sold online.The pills were sold as a natural weight loss treatment on sites including Facebook.She fell into a coma after experiencing severe headaches and was taken to hospital where she stopped breathing, according to major Mexican newspaper Ms Garza, who is married and has a one-year-old daughter, died last weekend when doctors turned off her life support after six days in intensive care.A young mother from Mexico has died after reportedly taking lethal diet pills sold online.
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