Using Appetite Suppressants For Weight Loss
For consumers of weight loss products the sheer volume of appetite suppressants on the diet pill market is huge – cutting this down to effective appetite suppressants reduces the number to possibly a dozen or so.
Using weight loss products, especially slimming tablets in attempt to lose weight can be rather hit and miss. A general rule of thumb is to assume that for every effective slimming pill there are a dozen others that disappoint.
If an appetite suppressant is your weapon of choice in battle for weight loss the preferable route to take would be to make an appointment with your GP or doctor. Some doctors prescribe medication to help tackle your weight problem, but only if you are considered obese or dangerously overweight.
Appetite suppressants are available from the National Health Service via prescription but to qualify your BMI (Body Mass Index) would have to be high as the cost of producing pharmaceutical classed weight loss medication is very expensive and does not cover the cost of a prescription.
Doctors opinions vary greatly on the subject of weight loss medication and diet pills. Some doctors do not advocate the use of any diet pills or weight loss medication preferring other more physical focused methods of controlling weight.
Some doctors are pro diet pills and often prescribe fat blocking medicine to stop the absorption of dietary fat. Xenical or Orlistat is the most likely prescribed fat blocker.
The most likely prescribed appetite suppressant is either Meridia or Phentermine. Both of these products are drug classed and a world apart from natural weight loss. It is highly advised to not try to purchase either Phentermine or Meridia as there can be associated side effects, hence the need for doctor administration.
Of the natural appetite suppressants Hoodia Gordonii is by far the most effective. It can be purchased without the need for a prescription.
Hoodia is derived from a cactus like plant and is suitable for vegetarians and vegans. Hoodia is natures weight loss plant.
On the negative side Hoodia can be quite expensive. The Hoodia plant can take 4 years to mature and harvest. On the positive side Hoodia will give you an outstanding chance of weight loss success.
Hoodia works by tricking the brain into telling the stomach that it is full. A very crude explanation but nonetheless true. Eating too much food is the number one contributing factor for weight gain. To reverse the process, eat less food.
It does sound rather simple – but there is not any great secret to losing weight. A combination of eating less food, exercise and will power over time produce the desired weight loss result.
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