Diet Pills That Work

by laura on December 7, 2011 · 2 comments

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Diet Pills That Work, Do They Exist?

I know diet pills that work. As someone who has dieted both successfully and unsuccessfully many times over the past 20 years, I believe I have found the answer to this question.

The answer is yes and no. Confused much? Do yourself a favor and keep reading because I believe I have most of the answers when it comes to this question. There are diet pills that work, but……

There are many different types of diet pills. Some work by literally speeding things up, most importantly your heart. Some block nutrients and fat from being absorbed, some fill you up with fiber. There are pros and cons to each type of diet pill. These are diet pills that work, but there is also a price to pay. Unfortunately, there is no diet pill without consequence.

Types of Diet Pills That Work

Diet pills that work can be split into two main categories; prescription (RX) and over the counter or (OTC). I am not a big fan of pharmaceutical companies, but the diet pills they produce generally work, at least temporarily. You can also find some OTC diet pills that work, but you probably won’t find them in your local drug store or grocery store. In my experience, the diet pills that are sold in the drug/grocery store and on TV do not work!  The diet pills sold through these sources are usually weak formulations of herbs that do nothing for your diet in reality.

The types of (RX) diet pills that work are appetite suppressants such as Meridia, Bontril, Adipex and Phentermine. These drugs alter neurotransmitters in the brain,an increase or decrease in certain brain chemicals can lead to a decrease in appetite.

These drugs are generally stimulants as well, they speed up the heart rate. These drugs can only be taken for a short period of time and can be very dangerous. They tend to work for temporary weight loss but not long term. Most people gain back the weight lost and sometimes more once they stop taking this type of diet pill.

Another type of diet pills that work are Xenical also known as Orlistat. Orlistat doesn’t suppress the appetite, instead, it works in the intestinal tract to keep your body from absorbing about 30 percent of dietary fat. This drug is only recommended for people who have a body mass index of 30 or higher.

This drug is can be very dangerous if used for more than a few months because it can block the absorption of highly important vitamins like  A, E, D and Iron. It can also block the absorption of other important nutrients. For this reason, it cannot be used long term. In my experience orlistat works, but it is a crutch so to speak. Once you stop using it, you will probably gain back any weight that was lost. It can also cause lots of gas, loose stools, greasy stools, and embarrassing accidents.

 Diet Pills That Work, What Doesn’t Work?

You can find many types of diet pills over the counter. These are the types of diet pills that generally do not work. Fat blockers, carb blockers, OTC appetite suppressants. Some carb blockers may slightly decrease carbs but unless you are making other changes to your diet, these alone will not cause you to lose weight. Fat blockers such at chitosan have not been shown to be effective in studies. In my own personal experience I have found that OTC appetite suppressants do not work at all and I have tried many different brands and price ranges.

In summary, save your money by staying away from OTC remedies which usually don’t work at all. The diet pills that work are not sold OTC for the most part. And the diet pills that do work, only do so for a temporary fix. In my experience, giving my body healthy, nutritious food and all of the vitamins and minerals that it needs has helped my diet success more than anything. If you are craving foods and are hungry all the time, there is a good reason for it. You are most likely missing some vitamins, minerals, or other nutrients in your diet. Your brain will naturally tell your body to eat until you get what you need.

Obesity is a disease of malnutrition. This is my own personal belief and though not widely held, I believe it will be common knowledge in the medical and health community in coming years. Our diets are incomplete when it comes to nutrition, that is something that most people believe to be true. As I stated before, when the body is not getting enough of something it needs, it will continue to consume until it does, and thats how we get to the state of obesity.

If you are looking for the true and lasting answer to lifetime health and a healthy weight, you must look to nutrition, there in lies all of the answers. All diet pills that work, only do so temporarily.

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