Which Appetite Suppressants Work
Choosing an appetite suppressant from the vast number available form either the over the counter or prescription only market can be a confusing task
Selecting the wrong product does not just result in a waste of money but also a loss of valuable time.
For most of us the real motivation for weight loss is to try to get in shape for a an event – such as a holiday where your body will be on display to all. Making the wrong choice can waste weeks if not months until the realisation dawns that the product you have chosen is more hype than effect.
Appetite suppressants are extremely common and some offer an outstanding chance of weight loss success while others offer nothing but disappointment
The choice of appetite suppressants available is huge (both available from the prescription NHS route and over the counter) – reducing this down to effective appetite suppressants limits the choice to probably dramatically.
Relying on an appetite suppressant can be hit and miss – for every effective diet product there are a dozen others that disappoint.
The first group of appetite suppressant diet pills to consider are those that are available via the prescription or GP administered route.
NHS Appetite Suppressants
Some appetite suppressants are available from the NHS via prescription but in order to be given a course your BMI (Body Mass Index) would have to be high (typically 28 or above) – some doctors or GP’s are against offering a prescription for financial reasons as the cost of producing pharmaceutical classed weight loss medication is high and doesn’t cover the cost of a prescription.
The problem with prescription appetite suppressants (NHS) is that they are mostly chemical compounds and are drug based. Some prescription appetite suppressants such as Phentermine can cause side effects.
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Over The Counter Appetite Suppressants
The other option is to opt for a more natural diet pill – one that is available to buy either over the counter or from the internet without a prescription.
Possibly the best known and most widely used is Hoodia Gordonii.
Hoodia Gordonni has been available since the late 1990’s and can stop the feelings of hunger and reduces the need to eat more than perhaps we should.
Hoodia is derived from a plant source and does not cause side effects, it is also non habit forming.
Suppressing appetite is regarded to be the most natural way of reducing daily calorie intake the number one cause of weight gain.
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