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Best And Safest Weight Loss Pill

I am fat and I heard of a Best And Safest Weight Loss Pill. Does anyone have any more details?
(November 16, 2010)

Best And Safest Weight Loss Pill

There are innumerous diet pills available in the market today. All of these claim to enable an individual to shed weight. However, many consumers are unsure about the safety of these diet capsules and tablets. There are also some weight loss pills that are known to interfere in weight loss. In order to narrow down on which is the safest weight loss pill or what would be the best weight loss pill for you, it is important to consult a health professional.

There are two types of weight loss pills. Certain medications are prescribed by health care professionals. There are also over the counter natural weight loss pills which can be bought from health stores. There are many weight loss pills that are quite safe for use, but consumers must exercise caution when buying these products. Many individuals opt for natural pills thinking that since they are made from natural plants or minerals, there will be no side effects. However this is a misconception. Just because a product is natural, it does not mean it is also safe. For example, lead is a natural compound, but consuming it can produce harmful effects. People should also remember that even natural weight loss supplements are still drugs. Therefore use of these pills must be monitored carefully just as other prescription drugs. Some weight loss pills have also been banned in some cases because they were found to have adverse effects on the nervous system and heart. It is also difficult to know what some pills contain and there are many cases where harmful products are being easily sold through the internet. This does not mean that weight loss pills do not work at all. Many individuals have reported weight loss with the aid of natural supplements and have also not experienced any harmful side effects. These products must be used with adequate caution. It is advisable to do some research or consult a doctor before taking any of these weight loss pills.

Prescription diet pills may be quite safe for some people, but may cause unwanted side effects in others. The advantage with these pills is that they are scientifically tested. It is always better to inquire about the possible side effects of these drugs from your doctor. Possible side effects may include nausea, vomiting, constipation and diarrhea. Even though weight loss pills may be helpful in assisting an individual in losing weight, a more holistic health plan is also important. Such a comprehensive plan must incorporate healthy diet and regular exercise.

Submitted by A M on November 16, 2010 at 04:11


Best And Safest Weight Loss Pill 

No diet pill is considered best, as every pill has its own merits and consequences. Certain diet pills exhibit side effects, such as diarrhoea, vomiting, headache and flatulence, while others fail to have any side effects. There are some weight loss pills that fail to have any effect on the body fat. Certain weight loss pills increase the weight, instead, by increasing the muscle mass. Chromium supplements reduce body fat but increases the muscle mass. Chitosan supplements cause gastro intestinal problems, constipation and bloating. Bitter orange is known to cause certain side effects, that re analogous to ephedra.

Many of the commercially available diet pills are not approved and is not considered effective and safe. Some of them are even dangerous and hence care is essential. Lifestyle change is the basic principle behind weight loss, as there is no magical cure. Weight loss pills also function with a strict diet and regular exercise. Read the labels of the diet pills or supplements, as it is vital. Over-the-counter weight loss pills might prove harmful and opting for the natural ways is better. Pills that proves beneficial for one fail to have the same effect on others. Refer to your physician for further recommendation.

Submitted by E L on June 19, 2008 at 08:22


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