You can not go a week without reading or hearing something new about weight loss drugs.
There are companies out there making millions selling products that are iffy at best. Though some of these drugs have been prescription drugs given out by doctors, there are so many more that are just thrown on the shelf with inflated claims.
There are some that will work, but they don’t work in the way that most people think they will.
There are no weight loss pills that will magically peel off the pounds while you kick back and watch television.
Many of the prescription weight loss drugs do work to some degree. You can trust something your doctor gives you more than something that sits on a store shelf. But you might want to take any claims of a Physician Weight Loss Product with a grain of salt.
However, there have been problems with these in the past. Some have caused serious health issues, and some have even caused death.
Though these are tested and approved, quite often the long term health effects are not studied as long as they need to be. These drugs may help you, but you should make sure you understand what you are getting into when you go fill your prescription.
Other weight loss pills you find on the shelf are even more dangerous.
Stacker 2 was very popular for quite a while, but it was deemed dangerous because it contained ephedrine. These pills did offer some extra energy, and did offer some appetite suppression, but they were not worth the risk. I think Stacker 2 is back on the market, but it is now without the dangerous ingredient.
Many others make big claims, and sell millions of dollars worth of weight loss drugs, only to be pulled from the shelves. There are many pending lawsuits against many of these manufacturers.
If you aren’t dieting, you probably know someone is. There are cupboards in many homes filled with nothing but worthless weight loss drugs. They are hyped up so much that they can not possibly live up to their own expectations.
Many manufacturers use such a hard sell that even they know what they are claiming is simply not true. These cupboards are full of these opened, but barely-used products. Some of them are expensive too, but for some reason we feel so silly about believing the hype we never think to ask for our money back.
There are some weight loss pills that will help you, but you can’t expect them to be a miracle cure.
You still have to work hard at your diet if you want to succeed. It’s really easy to put the pounds on, but it is nearly impossible for some people to take them off.
If you really want to use weight loss drugs, you should find something that might help you with your appetite, but expect to use that in conjunction with a good eating plan and an exercise program that gets you moving at least four or five days a week.
Don’t buy any type of weight loss drug expecting a miracle, but instead, buy something that may help you with a little push while you follow the tried and true methods of weight loss.
Originally posted 2017-02-03 14:05:05.