Are Diet Pills Safe? Which Ones Really Work?
Well..Im 17..And Im Sick Of The Small Pouch On My Stomach And I Wana Workout My Love Handels I Workout..But Not Enough Are There Any Pills I Can Take To Loose Weight That Are Safe..Especially For My Age.
So, I'm not really an expert on this at all...but don't take diet pills, seriously. First of all, it's not natural at all. Second, it doesn't sound safe and chances are, it isn't. Also, once you stop taking the pills, the weight will come right back. If you are unhappy with your weight, try losing it the real and healthy way....diet and excersise. Talk to your doctor or a personal trainer to help get tips on how to target your tummy and get some muscles there too. Research that. I'm sure you are beautiful the way you are. Don't risk your health on possibly "safe" drugs. I've heard of stories where diet pills have caused a fatal lung disease called pulmonary hypertension. Trust me, it isn't something you want to risk.
Can Green Tea Pills Make You Lose Weight?
If So What Kind??
Green pills can help weight loss, but it is not healthy to our body, usually it contains hoodia, or other appetite suppressants such large doses of caffeine in them. You can drink green tea, and eat healthy food as well as do exercise to get the best result.
Is There Any Contraceptive Pills Which Do Not Cause Weight Gain?
All birth control pills have the potential to cause weight gain, but that weight gain is mostly water. The average weight gain is about 5-10 lbs.
The one birth control pill that I actually lost some weight on was Yasmin. I lost about 10 lbs while on it. I eventually had to stop taking it after 6 months not only because of having a hard time adjusting to it in the first week of use but also some other problems that occurred later.
Let Me Rephrase...What Is The Best Diet Pill...?
That You Have Used And What Were Your Results?
I have been using Stacker 2 diet pills for a few months now ( I am through breastfeeding). I am a new mother and would like to get the weight off that I gained. I gained to a 165 pounds (including my baby) during my pregnancy. I am now down to 139 pounds (last time I checked which was maybe a month ago). I think I have done good so far! I started out 125 pounds - that is my goal weight- and it is reasonable.
My Doctor Says I Have Borderline Pulmonary Hypertension. What Can I Do To Avoid Getting It?
I'Ve Been Having Chest Heaviness And Pains For Several Years Now That Have Progressively Gotten Worse With Each Passing Year. I Never Understood What It Could Be And All Tests Of My Heart Came Back Normal. Yet I Have Still Had These Strange And Often Painful Feelings In My Chest. Is It Even Possible To Avoid Getting This Disease If I'M Already Having The Symptoms That I Have?
Pulmonary hypertension is increased pressure in the pulmonary circulation. It has many secondary causes; when the cause is unknown it is called primary pulmonary hypertension (PPH). In PPH, pulmonary vessels become constricted, hypertrophied, and fibrosed. Pulmonary hypertension leads to right ventricular overload and failure. Symptoms are fatigue, exertional dyspnea, and, occasionally, chest discomfort and syncope. Diagnosis is by measuring pulmonary artery pressure. Treatment is with vasodilators and, in selected advanced cases, lung transplantation. Prognosis is poor overall if a treatable secondary cause is not found.
Although medical treatment can't cure pulmonary hypertension, it can lessen symptoms. You can also help improve the quality of your life by following these health measures:
* Get plenty of rest. Getting ample rest can help combat the fatigue that may accompany pulmonary hypertension.
* Follow a nutritious diet and maintain a healthy weight. Emphasize lean chicken, fish, whole grains, and fresh fruits and vegetables. For the health of your heart, limit your intake of all types of fats to no more than 30 percent of your daily calories. Limit animal (saturated) and trans fats (hydrogenated oils) to 10 percent or less.
* Don't smoke. If you smoke, the single most important thing you can do for your heart and lung health is to stop. If you can't stop smoking by yourself, ask your doctor to prescribe a treatment plan to help you quit. Researchers don't yet know whether secondhand smoke — also known as passive or environmental smoke — plays a role in pulmonary hypertension. It is known, however, that exposure to environmental smoke can lead to a number of other health problems, including lung cancer and heart attack.
* Stay as active as possible. Even the mildest forms of activity may be too exhausting for some people with pulmonary hypertension. For others, moderate exercise such as walking may be of great benefit, and using oxygen during exercise may be especially helpful. Your doctor can help you plan an appropriate exercise program.
* Avoid becoming pregnant or using birth control pills. If you're a woman of childbearing age, avoid becoming pregnant. Pregnancy can be life-threatening for both you and your baby. Also avoid using birth control pills, which can increase your risk of blood clots. Talk to your doctor about alternative forms of birth control.
* Avoid traveling to or living at high altitudes. High altitudes can aggravate the symptoms of pulmonary hypertension. If you live at a high altitude, your doctor may advise you to move to a lower elevation.
* Find ways to reduce stress. These can range from yoga, meditation and biofeedback to warm baths, music or a good book. Try to allow at least 30 minutes a day for an activity you find relaxing. Many people with pulmonary hypertension find that simply reducing stress can greatly improve the quality of their lives.
Please see the web pages for more details on Pulmonary hypertension.
Which Contraceptive Pill Wont Cause Weight Gain?
....And Which Is The Best For Breastfeeding Mammas
Funnily enough, none will cause weight gain. Over eating and a lack of exercise causes weight gain. Breastfeeding will actually help you lose weight after pregnancy, and there is a belief that breast feeding may actually help to prevent pregnancy. However, there are some other factors to that. You should not take any chemical (oral or otherwise) contraceptive while on the pill. It can be harmful to your infant. You should have your partner use condoms until you are done breastfeeding.
Birth Control, Weight Gain?
I Understand That The Reason Why People Gain Weight On Bc Is Because Their Hormones Make Them Crave Food. I Have A Very Healthy Lifestyle And A Strong Will Powerr. I Know I Will Be Able To Recognize When I Am Craving And Not Eat. Will I Still Gain Weight? If I Eat The Same As I Do Now, And Hold Out Against My Cravings I Should Stay The Same Weight Right?
I'm about to start birth control pills for the first time next weekend. I'm a little apprehensive about the possible side effects, including the weight gain. My doctor says that the pill should not cause weight gain, but I'm not so sure because the research I've done on the internet says different things. I've found so much conflicting information on things that I'm more confused now than when I started. I think that each pill affects each person in a different way so there's no real way to know which side effects (if any) you'll get.
I'm hoping that if I do the same thing you're planning to do (which is keep a healthy lifestyle and not give into cravings) that I won't put on weight either. It makes sense that if you don't take in more calories, you can't put on weight. If you do put on weight, it's possible to put on a few lbs of temporary water weight, but that should subside as your body adjusts to the pill.
And hey, if it becomes bothersome, you can always go to the doctor and have them switch your pills.
Is It Ok If I Take One Pill?
Theres This Pill My Mom Has And Its Like A Green Tea Pill, Can I Just Try Once Or Do You Think Its Not Safe? There Not Drugs Or Anything
Be sure you know exactly what pill you are taking before you do it (for this or any other kind of pill for that matter). If it's just a green tea extract, I don't think it can cause you any harm. I don't think it will do you ANY good whatsoever in terms of weight loss, but it wouldn't hurt. Green tea does have some good antioxidants in it.
If it's a diet pill (and not just the tea) then I would highly recommend you do NOT take it. I don't think there is a single weight loss pill on the market that hasn't been proven dangerous in the end. They may work in the short term, but the negative effects on your body could last a lifetime (or even cause death). As an example, check out the first source I listed which tells how one diet pill, taken by an estimated 50+ million people can damage your brain and cause primary pulmonary hypertension (a condition where the right half of your heart will stop working among other things).
The best (and only good/safe) way to lose weight is through diet and exercise. Even something as simple as eating smaller portions can make a huge difference. Park farther away from the store so you walk more. With enough self-discipline you can do it. I've known people who try these supposedly great diets like Atkins, but they don't really lose any weight. A friend of mine has been training for police academy and eating better. She's lost over 70 pounds in under a year.
Just a thought here too: As of 2003, the diet industry in America generated $40 billion per year. Roughly 65% of Americans are overweight according to governent figures despite all of these "miracle" diet products. Almost makes you think they might not work at all, huh?
Does Any One No Any Good Diet Pills That Do Work I Live In Manchester
Whenever you are trying to lose weight, you should concentrate on these three things which all work together in providing a healthier and quicker weight loss goal for yourself. I have found this combination really successful in my weight loss plans. The first thing is exercising and how much you can put forth into it. The more you exercise, the more results you will see. The next thing is dieting and the calorie intake. If you exercise more, technically you could eat more? Always watch what you eat.
Now the last step in a good weight loss plan is always a good diet pill that can help you get to the end of the road. I have found Proactol which is a natural herbal diet pill to be the best around. It's an appetite suppressant along with being a fat blocker which stops up to 28% of fat you eat. Read up about it at TheWeightLossPlace.com where I saved money on it. Proactol really works well with exercising which gives you plenty of energy to perform. Along with that your diet will be affected by Proactol due to the appetite suppressant and fat blocker. If you slip up on meals, the fat blocker kicks in. It's really great to stop food cravings.
Concentrate on those three things and the combination is deadly for the fat cells in your body. Good luck and I hope this helps.
Are Stacker Diet Pills Any Good?
If You Live In Usa You'Ve Probably Seen The Stacker 2 Diet Pills Commercials. What I Wanna Ask Is, Do They Work?
I have lost fat and have gained better health by following this and the other program I mention in My Profile.
You will get everything you need by eating the following, listed in order of importance:
Raw leafy green veggies (romaine, red and green leaf lettuces, kale spinach, etc)
Solid green veggies - raw, steamed or frozen (asparagus, broccoli, cabbage, peas, peppers, etc)
Non-green, non-starchy (beets, mushrooms, onions, tomatoes, etc)
Beans/legumes - cooked, canned or sprouted ( chickpeas, pinto beans, black beans, etc)
Fresh fruits (apples, bananas, oranges, watermelon, etc)
Starchy veggies (white potatoes, sweet potatoes, squash, corn, carrots, etc)
Whole grains (barley, millet, oats, brown rice, quinoa, etc)
Raw nuts and seeds (almonds, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, etc)
Do not skip breakfast. Oatmeal with fresh fruit. No sugar or milk. Rice or almond milk is better. Smoothies can be good too, depending on what you put in it.
You don't have to eat eggs, fish or meat for protein. You can still eat them, but a huge salad with some chicken would be better.
Don't count calories or carbs. Diets and pills don't work. Man made vitamins are just that "man made". Man can not copy all the nutrients that are found in live foods.
Drink filtered water. City water may have added chemicals. Can you really trust bottled water?
Pop is one of the worst things you can put in your body. Stay away from sugar, junk food and fast food.
Great exercises: walking, biking, swimming.
Info on rebounder's: http://www.needak-rebounders.com/page245...
Info on fitness ball: http://exercise.about.com/cs/abs/l/bl_co...
For further reading, get the book below. It has good recipes in it.