What is a diet pills?
Weight loss pills, also called anti-obesity drugs or ‘diet pills’, are sometimes prescribed to a patient for the treatment of weight loss.
The pills could consist of nutrients, herbs or other ingredients that supplement your regular diet.
Not all weight loss medicines promote weight loss, it works as a replacement of valuable nutrients for people who do not get enough of the nutrients from their daily meals.
How do diet pills work in the body?
You have no shortage of choices if you are searching for dietary supplements for weight loss. The companies that sell these medicines for weight loss claim that the ingredients used in it will help you achieve results like:
- Cut-down your cravings for food
- Make you feel full before you have had too much to eat.
- Speed up your metabolism.
- Slow down your body’s fat production.
- Will keep your body from absorbing the fat in the foods you eat.
Are weight loss pills bad for you?
Some food based diet supplements could be harmless, even being effective at creating a sense of fullness, melting your fat or boosting your metabolism.
But most of the popular ingredients in fat burning supplements have been banned by the FDA because of harmful side effects such as:
- Increased heart rate
- High blood pressure
- Kidney problems
- Liver damage
- Rectal bleeding