How To Choose The Right Diet Pill?
Diet drugs are available in several different forms, including prescription drugs, over-the-counter drugs and herbal supplements. When choosing a diet pill it is important to understand what you are getting. There are lots of different types, and each works in a different way. Non prescription diet pills generally contain caffeine, which increases heart rate and basal metabolism and gives you more energy in work outs, which can be quite effective in weight loss. Once these pills contained ephedra, which strengthened the effect on the heart rate and metabolism, but the FDA banned it in 2003 after proof that ephedra occasionally caused arrhythmia and sudden death. Now most non prescription diet pills use green tea, which seems to have an effect on the metabolism and also slows fat production, or bitter orange, which is a chemical isolated from citrus fruit.
Other common ingredients include ''herbal ephedra'' which is often a plant called hoodia, and chitosan, which is produced from shellfish and is a mild fat blocker. Doctor recommended Diet Pills are available to buy online. You are asked to complete an online medical questionnaire which is then passed to a licensed physician who will review your information and prescribe the appropriate diet pills. The diet pills are delivered by an overnight Fed ex courier. There are essentially 8 different diet pills available, with the most commonly used being the Phentermines.
These are sold as Phentermine, Adipex and Ionamin. Other diet pills include Xenical, Meridia, Bontril, Tenuate and Didrex. Generally the phentermines are the cheapest and the most widely used. If you are going to use them, you must follow the instructions carefully. If diet pills are not used in conjunction with a proper weight loss program incorporating proper diet and exercise, they are not likely to be effective. Indeed some pills may even disrupt your system causing weight gain.