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What Is The Best Appetite Suppressant Pill At Gnc
Marketing; NoneExist: Humans=Hi-Tech; medicine=Low-Tech (http://goo. Gl/Blh6rW). No effective/safe treatments yet exist (either prescription, much less OTC) for many common human behavioral problems, despite marketing to the contrary. If they did, obesity might not be such a huge problem & huge marketing demand for such agents would not exist. Only agents I have found effective: liraglutide+pramlintide titrated by user. ...Read more
No Magic Pill:
I joke with my patients, "there's no magic pill." however, medications for weight control can be a helpful tool when used in the context of a bariatric weight control program.
They have little value, and may actually cause weight gain when used alone. For some, they help with symptoms due to their effects on serotonin and norepinephrine receptors; which control mood, drive, motivation and hunger. ...Read more
Is there a safe appetite suppressant / diet pill I can take while on medication for a slow thyroid?
No: No medication is 100%safe - unfortunately there is no magic bullet for weight loss. You should discuss this with your doctor. ...Read more
Can sibutramine (appetite suppressant) and xenical (weight loss pill) safely be taken at the same time?
No interactions: There are no significant interactions reported when combining Meridia and xenical. However each medication brings its own side effect profile along for the ride and there is not much evidence that the combining the two adds much in the way of efficacy. ...Read more
They are not proven:
To do anything. Furthermore, even if they DID work, they wouldn't be changing the underlying situation and when they were stopped, the obesity would come right back. Better is realizing the cues/triggers/emotions/habits/situations that trigger eating
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Best OTC appetite suppressant or weight loss stimulants? At approx 130lbs with norm of 115 lbs. Goal weight between 115-120lbs.
Wouldn't advise OTC.: For the weight loss plans that you have, I would re just limiting your intake of carbohydrates over fat and protein and adding mostly a plant based diet. I would suggest, as a general measure, checking your Body mass index (BMI) and seeing where you fall on the chart. I generally would avoid any stimulants, as they come with health risks, including tachycardia, dizziness and other. ...Read more
There are drugs:
Such as amphetamine family or there are non-drug.
In the non-drug issue there is avoiding the triggers of overeating, there is substituting different things for the triggers that are not food and there is putting the appetite into a larger context such as writing your own diet book
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Appetite suppressant: Phentermine (brand name adipex-p) is the safest 1st ever fda approved appetite suppressant which has been approved for safe use since the 1950's. However, it is no magic bullet! This is only an aid that will improve a comprehensive weight loss program built on a foundation of making permanent lifestyle changes. Nobody will diet forever, thus increasing your exercise level is most important! ...Read more
Not via healthtap: Discuss with your physician.Get a more detailed answer ›
Neither.: Appetite suppressants are a temporary and dangerous weight loss cop-out. Exercise is part of a good plan for weight loss, but it won't work by itself. You need a good, healthy low-carb diet, plus a good, sensible exercise program. Less calories in...More calories out...It's really not rocket science! ...Read more
Appetite suppressant: Non are healthy.Get a more detailed answer ›
See below: Contact your physician if you need an appetite suppressant. First, you must find out why you would need one. And if there is other things that is causing your weight gain. Appetite suppressant are not a panacea. They do have side effects. Learning to eat correctly for yourself makes all the difference. I hope this helps ...Read more