I'm sure it will be over priced. Alli OTC is just a Xenical Watered Down? It claims to be capable of helping people lose 1 pound per month, big deal right. You would be better off getting a prescription for Xenical from your doctor and having insurance pay for some of it, you'll probably end up paying the same amount.
You could consider going the natural way, it is a more healthy approach. There two all natural diet pills that are safe and have no side effects. They are Cha de Bugre and Hoodia Gordonii.
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_d...
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. Check out Totalink's unbiased Hoodia comparison at http://hoodiagordonii.totalink.com/hoodi... in the "Confidence" column it will indicate if the brand is "Certified". These Hoodia brands have the credentials to back up their product. Also in that column it will indicate if the brand is "Returnable". These Hoodia brands allow you to return opened bottles and get your money back. I think this indicates that a company has confidence in their product that it works.
Keep in mind that Hoodia Gordonii alone provides appetite suppression but not fat burning. Cha de Bugre is a fat burner but not as good as hoodia with appetite suppression. There are also brands that mix Cha de Bugre with Hoodia Gordonii and other weight loss herbs like Green Tea that can increase both fat burning and appetite suppression.
I have written a lot of articles on Hoodia. Just search Yahoo or Google under my name “Andrew Aitaken” to find them.
Also some of the best tips on buying Hoodia I have found are in Totalink’s Hoodia Buyers Guide at http://hoodiagordonii.totalink.com/buy_h...
Remember, you should always consult your physician before taking any diet pill or weight loss supplement.
Having a goiter can cause a person to gain weight and/or have a hard time taking it off. Was your TSH, free T4 and free T3 checked - what were the levels? Depending on the blood test levels, it may indicate that you are hypothyroid, and you might need to take a levothyroxine pill to bring you back to the normal range.
Why do you assume bloating is due to intercourse?
Bloating is a normal symptom of a bad diet or of hormonal changes.
Bloating itself isn't a pregnancy symptom, and by two weeks implantation would have occurred but you'd still not likely be seeing much in the way of pregnancy symptoms at this point.
You didn't use birth control correctly, presumably you didn't bother yourself to use emergency contraception either and seemingly don't know how babies are made - if you cannot be responsible you shouldn't be having sex, it's not just your life you'd could be ******* up.
this tips is long but it help me a lot i hope it help u too!
cardio exercise and eating breakfast fruits, whole grain cereals and egg-white are great options help boost metabolism which help lose weight faster & burn more calories so eat egg in every morning omelet or boiled etc..to get protein which important for your body for losing weight
stay way from junk food, fries
Do 30 minutes of cardio training [dancing, jogging, aerobics, yoga , running, bicycle, swimming, kick boxing ... ] and 30 minutes of strength train [weights, arms, setup, crunches for abs, legs workout and stretches]
workout 3-6 times on week. 30min or 1-2 hours
# Walk 30 minutes a day – no excuses
# dont set watch TV or computer more than 2 hours stay active.
# Be aware when you eating dont eat front TV, Eat when you are hungry & eat slowly
# Restock your kitchen with healthy food
# dont skip meals eat every 4 hours & eat 3 healthy small meals & 2 healthy snacks instead 3 big meals
# Eat when you are hungry & eat slowly
# Reduce portions by using smaller plates & bowls (9 inch diameter instead of 11+ inch)
# Eat 9 handfuls of vegetables more than fruits each day
also eat 1 small handful nuts
# you have to learn about calories you should take, look & learn label on sodium,sugar,fat,carb,calorie and read ingredients
# Avoid trans fat in label (Avoid partially hydrogenated oils,Shortening, palm kernel oil and coconut oil) and saturated fats at all cost
# Avoid white food such as enriched wheat flour/white flour (white bread and rice, potatoes,white starches - white pasta, crackers, cakes,donuts,pizza ,and simple sugar, including high fructose corn syrup. Sugar, sugar, sugar. The #1 killer for trying to lose belly fat, get a 6 pack, or achieving that flat, tight, sexy stomach. Avoid high fat foods (butter,margarine, cheese, milk ) go for low fat
try to avoid processed or refined carbohydrates
# Drink one or two glasses of water before a meal to help fill you stomach with fewer food calories
# Eat less fat ,sugar and your sodium (salt) recommends less than 2,300 milligrams of sodium daily—that's about 1 teaspoon of salt. our bodies' needs (about 1,500 milligrams) .
#Fifteen percent of your calories should come from protein, 25 to 35 percent from fat and the rest from carbohydrates.
# Fruits, vegetables, whole grains, low-fat and nonfat dairy, legumes, fish and lean meat should all be incorporated into your diet.
# Soybean, canola, olive, safflower, sunflower and corn oil are all healthy oils you should use when cooking and preparing foods.
Also, cooking medium heat is ideal but oil alone is not recommended.
# All fresh vegetables and fruits, such as green leafy vegetables and greens, broccoli, cauliflower, green beans, carrots, tomatoes, etc. Eat plenty of fiber-rich vegetables (dark leafy greens—good; corn--not so good), beans (all of them), and fruit (apples, pears, peaches, and berries have a lower GI than tropical fruits, like papaya and mangoes).
# Complex Carbohydrates
* Whole grains, pastas and cereals, brown rice, whole wheat bread, oats, millet, barley, kasha, cornmeal, polenta, etc.
# Stop eating 2-3 hours before bed time & dont eat carbs on dinner and sleep night 8 hours,
# Fill up 25-30 grams of fiber.
#Drink plenty of water before, during & after workout it increase your muscle tone is also important to lose weight keep hydrated, drink 8 glasses of water
# dont eat under than 1,200 calories
# if you take in more calories than you burn through daily activity and exercise you'll gain weight__regardless of whether those calories come from "good" natural foods or "bad" processed meals. it's that simple: Eat less exercise more,
Best Fats; Monounsaturated Fat Foods
* Avocado * Oil (canola, olive, peanut, sesame) * Olives (all)
* Nuts * Peanut butter, old-fashioned * Sesame seeds
Good Fats: Polyunsaturated Fat Foods
* Margarine (first ingredient is polyunsaturated oil)
* Mayonnaise (regular or reduced-fat) * Miracle Whip Salad Dressing (regular or reduced-fat)
* Nuts (walnuts) * Poultry
* Oil (corn, safflower, soybean, cottonseed)
* Salad dressing (regular & reduced-fat)
* Seeds (pumpkin, sunflower) * Liquid Vegetable Oil * Eggs * Meat
Bad Fats:Saturated Fats ( no more than 7% saturated fats)
* Bacon & bacon grease * Cheese * Milk
* Butter (stick, whipped, reduced-fat) * Eggs
* Coconut Oil * Cream & half-and-half * Cream cheese
* Ice cream * Lard & salt pork * Palm & palm kernel oil * Cocoa Butter
Bad Fats: Trans Fats (no more than 1% trans fats)
look in ingredients Partially Hydrogenated Fats or Shortening
* Margarine (stick) * Nondairy creamers * Baked Goods
* Fired Foods * Also Found in Naturally In Meat & Dairy Products In Small Amount
I would definately call the manufacturer. Personally, I would not take any diet pills. I am not trying to tell you what to do, but they are not very safe and for the risk you are taking versus the actual amount of weight you will lose, it's not worth the risk. If you read the small print on all the commercials you will see that won't lose much. Such as Trimspa for example says actual weight loss is usually 3 pounds in 8 weeks. You can really mess your body up and most aren't approved by the FDA and that should be a big red flag.
And remember-beauty is on the inside!
Diet pills are a waste of money, don't work, and may actually be bad for you.
All you need is a good healthy diet - lots of fruit and veg, and exercise. It takes time and motivation. There is no quick fix. Lose weight the natural way. :)
The foods that make a woman nauseous if different for everyone. That's a by experience kind of thing. And the foods that made you sick last time you were prego might not be the same ones that do it this time.
Vitamin B6 helps with nausea. In fact, it's standard for the Army to prescribe B6 pills to all pregnant women to help with nausea. It's perfectly safe for the baby.
The rule of thumb for meds when you're pregnant is if it's safe for an infant, it's safe for the fetus. You can take the recommended dosage of tylenol from the bottle, but try to keep it as low as possible. If they don't make it for infants (like aspirin), then don't take it! In fact, stay away from aspirin the entire time you're pregnant and breastfeeding and don't give it to your kids until they're older than 5. It's very bad for kids.
Mix black pepper, powdered garlic, curry powder, and chili powder.
You will need to find some capsules to put this mix in.
Same affect as all the unapproved diet pills out there.
Or you can mix them into your healthy food to lose weight.
Honestly there is no diet pill, I have tried everyone of them but like many people find out it all comes down to diet and exercise. Also depends on your metabolism, genetics, etc. it's different with everyone. You didn't mention if you exercise, if you eat healthy and limit calories to your body needs and exercise then you should lose weight. Sometimes it doesn't always show in the number on the scale, especially with exercise it will show mostly in inches. Clothing size, etc.
I have been trying to lose weight for a few years. I have always been overweight. I am 21 now so I understand how its hard as a young person when you already have so much else going on (hormones, school work, etc.) and then having to maintain or lose weight.
Don't give up! You can do it! Don't rely on a pill to do the work for you. Most of them made me feel sick anyways.
A lot of them rely on caffeine which makes people feel a bit more alert so they might just get movinh.
Have a cup of tea or coffee, eat a sensible diet and take exercise.