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Thinogenics: This is a proprietary blend of herbs that are suppose to work together to make you lose weight. You must be careful with claims. These supplements are not regulated so you do not know what you are really getting. The best way to lose weight is number one increase physical activity with starting at least 30 min of exercise 3 times per week and cut out empty calories. ...Read more
Anorectic agents generally known as diet pills are medications which decrease or inhibit appetite and aid in the reduction of food intake, therefore aiding weightmloss. Most currently FDA-approved appetite medications are dispensed by prescription due to potential side effects and contraindications. Diet pills alone are seldom successful in deriving long-term weight reduction. They should only be taken under the direct supervision of a physician specifically trained in their use as a part of a multi-modal treatment program including diet, exercise, ...Read more
See below: FDA laboratory analysis confirmed that Thinogenics contains sibutramine. Sibutramine is a controlled substance that was removed from the market in October 2010 for safety reasons. The product poses a threat to consumers because sibutramine is known to substantially increase blood pressure and/or pulse rate in some patients ...Read more
Thinogenics: Waste your money.Get a more detailed answer ›
Yes and no: You can safely take brand name levothyroxine is your thyroid is deficient, but thinogenics will only thin your wallet. Why put chemicals in your body when you don't know what they are, what they can do, or what harm they can cause? Don't get your scientific information from friends, tv or the internet. ...Read more
Unknown: Thinogenics is not an FDA regulated drug that we would have much knowledge about. If you're trying to lose weight, taking an unapproved substance can be dangerous! Thinogenics has been accused of fraud, so be careful. Diet and exercise are the most tried and true. http://www.fda.gov/Drugs/ResourcesForYou/Consumers/BuyingUsingMedicineSafely/MedicationHealthFraud/ucm383456.htm ...Read more
No.: Over the counter pills often contain harmful ingredients and are not regulated as prescription drugs are regulated. Anything that cuts your appetite likely works on your autonomic nervous system, and that affects your heart rate, blood pressure, vascular tone, etc. Don't take chances with your health. Adopt a healthy lifestyle and don't look for a quick fix. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I started a diet and exercise regimen in aug 2013. I've recently plateaued and i'm considering thinogenics but i'm a little scared of side effects.
Don't get: Your medical information from friends, tv or internet scams. Do you really think thinogenics would help you lose weight. Recently one of their products was found to contain sibutramine, a prescription weight loss drug that was taken off the market. Keep up your diet and exercise. You'll need to do it life long, check w/a good registered dietitian for assistance. ...Read more
See below: Looking at their website. They don't tell you what's in it... So how do you know what the outcome will be? In my years of experience in doing bariatric medicine. I'm not seen any over-the-counter or internet medicines that are described as miracle workers really work. The key to losing weight is eating correctly. See weighstation.Net for further information. ...Read more
Is thinogenics safe to take with yaz, (drospirenone and ethinyl estradiol) citalopram, and zertec d?
LargelyNo. Marketing: Though humans often want & do pay money, again & again, for loss of body fat (thus a huge market for big pharma if anything were found that did work) no very effective or safe ones exist to date; just marketing to sell to those with more money than wisdom. Even mainstream med. not about health: http://goo.gl/Blh6rW. So what has ALWAYS worked? LCHF foods, https://goo.gl/GWev0g & building muscles. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer