Topic: Diet pills.?
December 15, 2019 / By Melinda Question:
I'm 14 and 161lb. Do you think I should ask my doctor about them? I really try hard to lose weight but I always gain the weight back the next day it's disappointing. Are diet pills healthy? Do they have side effects? Do I have to talk to my doctor about? Anyone who experience please give me you personal opinion. I'm tired of being fat.
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Leatrice | 10 days ago
You don't want diet pills at your age. It's not a healthy way to go, and you are still developing hormonally ( becoming a lady or man, I don't remember your screenname) you can mess that up with diet pills. Plus you need to learn a natural healthy way now, or you'll be struggling for life. You need Enjoyable Exercise ( I can't stress enough how important the enjoyable part is!) and a healthy sensible diet that you can see yourself sticking to for life, no extremes on either again you are still developing and don't want to mess that up. Think long term, it takes time for changes to happen and to develop the habits.
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Originally Answered: are thier any diet pills i mean pills that actually take off a couple pounds a person can buy over the counter?
Not really. There are some that have ingredients that can act like appetite suppressants, but in my experience, I start to tolerate them after a while and they lose any effect. Frankly, I think all the pills on the market are a waste of money. You will always find somebody who had success with a diet or diet product, but anecdotes don't equal facts. The key to weight loss is eating less and exercising more. Your body needs to use more calories than you are taking in. Track your food and your exercise to see how you are doing.
Diet pills are the worse solution.
Maybe at first you could think that they are working, that they are taking the cravings away but the truth is that you dont need them and they have side effect, the moment you stop taking them, you'll gain twice the weight you lost.
Sometimes doctors give you pills, because its their job and sometimes they are going to tell you that there are completely harmless but even the lightest pill is dangerous.
If it existed a diet pill that really work on people, this world would had been obese free, but the ugly truth is that the only way you can lose weight is on a diet and excercise
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No. You have to keep working out cut all the junk food and what not. Only drink water and eat fruits and your vegitables. Run 1 mile a day. Start going to the gym and maybe lift. Do sports like soccer or football. Do wrestling you get taught to lose weight there. Your not just going to lose weight the next day you need commitment and dedication. A hard workout burns fat. So don't do diet pills. Your only 14 come on now.
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unless you add 100 to that number, the doctor isnt going to give you anything....i use lipo 6 ultra concentrate, but i work out hard and heavy every day and have been for almost a decade...you should probably just start being active and cutting out junk food and sugar
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Originally Answered: Anyone tried Slim Quick diet pills and how big are the pills?
Taking pills was a huge turn off but looking at slimquick they actually had some alternatives. - they have packets that mix into water- try these you can get mixed berry or lemonade flavor. You are also hydrating and don't need to swallow horse pills! I have lost about 20lbs in just over 2 months and feel awesome. you can look them up online-they also have some pretty neat tools. good luck,cheers