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Take Fat Burner
Now remember - you : Are asking this question of physicians. The best fat burner is exercise. Eat healthfully ; be physically active. Aim for 7.5 to 8 hrs of sleep / night. Hydrate w at least 64 oz of water / day. Calories burned must > calories consumed. Do both cardio ; weight training. You can mix ; match different kinds of physical exercise. ...Read more
Which fat burner?: In general, I am not in favor of fat burners as i've not found them to be particularly helpful. However, if you want an opinion you will have to specify which fat burner it is that you're referring to so that we can look up the chemicals it contains and then see whether there is any information in the literature regarding this. Best wishes. ...Read more
No such thing: There is no such thing as a fat burner. Do not waste your money on quack treatments. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Drink enough water daily so that your urine is mostly colorless. Practice safe sex. ...Read more
I had gastric bypass 4 years ago but I still have some 10 extra kilos to lose. Can I take fat burner?
Im using biotech fat burner without caffeine, and i started antidepressants amitryptiline today, can I still take fat burner?
No interaction: Dont know which fat burner you are taking however there is usually no interaction between the two . You have to be careful with fat burners because although there is no caffeine usually they have stuff in it which will increase heart rate and may affect your sleep, cause anxiety, or even panic attacks in some. Safest way to lose weight is healthy diet and exercise. ...Read more
See details: Fat burners are a waste of time and money. They also can carry risk. Avoid them. ...Read more
Fat Burners: There are no "fat burners." Drugs marketed in this way are stimulants which may increase heart rate and blood pressure. So, it's probably not a good idea. Losing weight is not easy but beware because there is a lot of unscientific junk for which someone will be glad to take your money. ...Read more
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I'm about to have knee surgery and need to lose weight. Can i take fat burners to aid in weight loss if i take half the recommended dosage?
Probably not: Adipex is an appetite suppressant. Helpful in right case but can have some potential side effects. All of us FLUFFY people actively seek the magic bullet to help lose weight. If fat burners really worked, we'd all be skinny - don't waste your money. Stick to balanced diet, lots of water, 8 hours sleep, and EXERCISE. Weight Watchers is an excellent resource. Good luck! http://www.webmd.com/drugs/2/drug-4899/adipex-p-oral/details ...Read more
Not too good: Most claims of fat burners are just that, empty claims. Most of us would like such quick fixes but unfortunately there's not much evidence that this type of pill works at all. ...Read more
Hi I am greek 18 years old and this is the first time that i will take a fat burner (animal cuts ) and I am afraid if this will ctreate sex problems ?
Avoid BogusMarketing: If you want to burn fat, eat hflc foods of natural origin, eg. Hf meats, dairy, bacon, etc. Along with complex carbs from above ground vegetables, eg. Broccoli, cauliflower, spinach, squash, etc. ; add butter for taste, etc. Avoid corn, potatoes, yams, grains, etc. Build muscle mass ; exercise also helps. Study the men who made us thin, the men who made us fat ; my answers here on healthtap.Com. ...Read more
Yes: I know you've got some pretty severe drug restrictions with isotretinoin--but you should not have problems with an herbal "fat burner"--although frankly, they don't do much good. I recommend Metformin, to restore insulin receptor sensitivity, to help you lose weight. Also, white kidney bean extract taken with carbohydrates (when you "fall of the wagon") acts as a "starch blocker." ...Read more
Don't fall for it: "Fat burners" and other supplements promoted for weight loss are bogus. They are either worthless, or they are stimulants that can cause bodily harm. There is no shortcut to weight loss or muscle building. Cutting calories and exercise are the only things that work. Anyone who tells you otherwise is interested in your money. ...Read more
I wanna take a fat burner called trio slim and it contains 10mg BIOPERINE,can it be harmful or should i change my fat burner ?Thanks in advance
Avoid "fat burners": Our bodies like to use glucose (our main fuel), which comes from the food in the stomach and small intestine, and from the liver (where glucose is stored in a starch form called glycogen). As long as one is not eating enough to supply glucose to his cells, his liver will run low on glucose/glycogen, and his body will burn other fuels like fat to keep his cells working. Eat less and exercise more. ...Read more
Can you take Shredz fat burner if you are also taking 50 mg Zoloft (sertraline)? The Shredz would be taken morning and afternoon, Zoloft (sertraline) at night.
Fat burner: The best way to overcome fat is to make sure your food intake is OK and that you exercise regularly. On the web there are many articles related to food content. My favorite - because it is the most straightforward - is "NuVal". It provides 100 items with a range of a score of 4-100. The higher the score the better the food. Take a look at it. ...Read more