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What Diet Pills Work Well With Coumadin
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
Diet pills: Anyone that is on Coumadin (warfarin) need to be aware of the drug drug interactions that occur and you will need to discuss with you doc and have the inr measured more frequently at the beginning. Diet pills only help to get you jump started on your diet. What you need is a change in you eating habits and exercise. ...Read more
Are there any diet pills that work well with hypothyroidism? Bc i've tried everything n nothing works along w diet n excersize i want to loose 20 ty
Not unless euthyroid: If you mean your thyroid level is still not properly corrected, then, no, it is not likely that any diet med/option will help lose weight. If you are on meds and thyroid stimulating hormone is down, then any good program that you commit to will help, average maintainable loss is 1-2 pounds per week, so be patient with your efforts. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Lipozene: The least important risk is that it may not work. The worst risks come from the fact that it is a diet pill like all the rest that are unregulated by the fda and have not gone through any clinical trials. So you have no idea what the long term effects are. The bottom line is that there are no healthy drugs that burn fat, speed up metabolism, and reduce hunger. I wouldn't recommend it. ...Read more
I've done diet pills, good food, no food and i work out 4-6 days a week. Why can't i lose? Is there anything else i could do
COMMIT: Commit to long-term lifestyle change. It is a marathon, not a sprint. Get help from nutritionist and coach. Do not rely on diet pills. You don't say how overweight you are, but losing 1-2 pounds a week is usually sustainable and healthy. Do not starve yourself ("no food") because that will in the long run harm your body. Groups like weight watchers, oa, and tops can help with accountability. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Diet pills are…: At best a temporary "fix" to the weight problem: they may work while you're taking them, but often have significant side effects. If you're not changing your eating & exercise habits, u will regain the weight as soon as u return to your old eating habits. Eating healthful foods, using portion control, & increasing exercise are the best ways to lose pounds & keep them off. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
refers to all the physical matter humans (like all living creatures) must take in on a recurring basis; only partially for energy. Like all life on planet humans are open systems which keep tearing down their structure & require intake of atoms/molecules from which to rebuild their structure. Intestinal lining cells replaced ~every 3 days. CaPO4 in bones ~every 6 years, ...Read more
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