What diet pill to take?
Topic: What diet pill to take?
July 17, 2019 / By Almah Question:
I started having severe panic attacks a year ago. I was put on Lexapro and Xanax and have had them under control for a little over 6 months. I'm now only on 10mg Lexapro and .75mg Xanax, still weaning off of the xanax. I have gained 40 lbs. due to the Lexapro and I have been going to the gym since December and no weight loss. I've been eating well, but I saw that it's very difficult to lose weight on Lexapro. Does anyone know any diet pills that don't have caffeine or any stimulant in it? I just need something to boost my weight loss, I think. All I can find is diet pills that are loaded with caffeine and that's not what I want. Any help?
My doctor did actually write me Effexor, but once I weaned myself from 30mg to 10mg of Lexapro, I stopped gaining weight. I'm just stuck at the weight I am. Plus, I feel great at 10mg of Lexapro, so I was scared to swap to something else.
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Val | 7 days ago
Many diet pills are also associated with symptoms such as headaches, jitters, dry mouth, fever, excessive sweating, nauseousness, blurred vision, dizziness, hair loss and death. Is the magic pill really worth it?
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Originally Answered: Is the Diet Pill My Alli Seriously Going to Work or Is It Just Another Goofy Propaganda Pill?
I vote for Another Goofy Propaganda Pill. It's all hype and I think people will drop it like rock. I mean, get real you can be serious, how can you get excited about losing 1 pound a month with some nasty side effects. People who tested it only lost 1 pound per month, that's barely effective in my opinion. It works by blocking some of the fat normally digested by the intestine. But the gross thing is guess where the fat ends up? The side effects include diarrhea, anal leakage, Fatty/oily stool, oily spotting, intestinal gas with discharge, bowel movement urgency, poor bowel control and headaches. Doesn't sound like fun to me, what are people suppose to do wear a diaper?
I suggest two all natural diet pills that are safe and have no side effects. They are Hoodia Gordonii and Cha de Bugre.
Hoodia Gordonii is a natural appetite suppressant derived from a South African cactus that the bushmen have eaten there for thousands of years. You need to make sure you get a strong pure hoodia that is certified to be genuine. I aways recommend Totalink's unbiased Hoodia comparison at http://hoodiagordonii.totalink.com/hoodia_comparison.html
Cha de Bugre, is a new weight loss supplement that is growing in popularity and is similar to Ma Huang (Ephedrine) without any of the bad effects. Cha de Bugre is from Brazil and has been used there safely for centuries. Cha de Bugre provides energy, fat burning and appetite suppression that benefit weight loss. Cha de Bugre also has additional uses that are known in Brazil that include being used as a mild diuretic, a cellulite reducer, aides in reducing herpes simplex outbreaks and a heart tonic. You can find more about it at http://hoodiagordonii.totalink.com/cha_de_bugre.html
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Remember, you should always consult your physician before taking any diet pill or weight loss supplement.
I wouldnt trust diet pills. I would continue working out. Do an hour of cardio a day and some strength training every other day, and continue to eat healthy. Are you counting your calories? I would only eat 1200 calories a day, and eat whole, fresh foods.
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Acai seemed to help my digestive track for me, but I am not sure if it worked or not yet.
Cut out refined white flour and sugar to the best of your ability. Don't eat chocolate or any junk food. Allow yourself to eat junk food on Sundays, but on all other days of the week diet.
Drink lots of water. Eat only fruits, veggies, 100% whole wheats, fat free dairy, and chicken, pork. Stay away from beef and artificial sweetners. You can have fat, like fat from nuts and stuff (mono and polyunsaturaed). Don't forget to eat NOTHING that has partially hydrogenated oils, as well as fully hydrogenated ones. Cut out ALL hydrogenated oils, for this is where TRANS fat comes from. It can be found in tons and tons of foods. Like coffee creamers. Use milk instead. Also, it's found in Jif peanut butter. Almost all peanut butter has it.
Good luck! And don't obsess over it. It makes things worse, and when you don't worry so much about it and just wanna eat heathier, it REALLY works.
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I am now not a Doctor however I do realize there is not any riskless speedy repair for a difficulty that built over the years. Sure you might take vitamin tablets to decrease your urge for food, however now not consuming is solely as dangerous as over consuming if now not extra so. Anything that says to be a miracle therapy is not anything extra the a modern-day day variation of what used to be known as snake oil which used to be bought out of the again of a blanketed wagon to unsuspecting saps again within the 1800's Rule of thumb "if it sounds to well to be actual then it mostly is."
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You shouldn't use diet pills without doctor's recommendations. Exercise, eat healthy, and the fat will come off naturally.
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you should definately talk to your doctor before getting into any pills. It seems like almost anything would hurt your system. I recommend exercising, mostly cardio and drink lots of water.Also, eat meals loads of fiber.
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Originally Answered: Whats the difference between a diet pill and a diet aid?
I'm not sure about the differences between them, but I know they're all dangerous and filled with chemicals. Most products that aren't vitamins or minerals that promote "weight loss" such as diet pills, diet aids, detoxes for weight loss, and ultra cleanses are filled with laxatives, heart stimulants, loads of herbs that irritate your stomach and colon, chemicals that can harm your heart and lungs. Jillian Micheals, the woman famous for being all fit and toned, has supposedly had to have over thirteen surgeries to shave her bones down from all the steroid use, steroids that were put into all of her products.
The best thing you can do is stay away from chemicals. Eat healthy organic foods, and work out, alternating between aerobic and anaerobic exercises at least once a day for thirty minutes.